A-cero, the Spanish architecture studio, managed by Joaquin Torres, presents today its naval architecture’s work: a ship with a design that reflects the A-cero´s style. The project started with the client’s request to transform a 70 meters long tuna fishing ship into a leisure super-yacht. The client wanted an avant-garde design, according to the A-cero’s projects.
The yacht includes: crew area (with eight cabins, common zones and technical rooms) on the lower level; six suites with private bathroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, solarium and swimming pool on the surface level and two additional suites with private bathroom on the highest level; there are also a leisure area, gym, spa and cinema.
The ship’s design has been made in order to create: a functional layout, precise geometry, formal simplicity, slender shapes and a minimalist approach. In the interior space, A-cero has chosen light colours and good materials in order to make the most of the space. Furthermore, the yacht has the best technology in order to ensuring the best navigation conditions.