In terms of general arrangement, Stella di Mare is similar to another Cantiere delle Marche megayacht, that being Percheron, though longer in length. She’s used by a family that enjoys spending time together, so the saloon is set up to seat them all. Just visible in the upper left portion of the photo is the dining area.
Elm wood was selected by the owner, who worked with Marco Veglia Architetto and Studio Floris & Associati for Stella di Mare’s interior design. Dedicated stowage space is in abundance, as depicted here in the dining area, for both practical and playful items. The latter includes space for bicycles in the lazarette, including a charging station for two of them, as they’re electric. Another nice touch: a wine locker located just inside the aft-deck door.
More family gatherings take place in Stella di Mare’s skylounge. It’s an intimate, cozy room that gets a good deal of use, in proximity to a partly shaded alfresco area aft and walk-around decks leading to a sunpad in front of the wheelhouse. Note the wine locker here, too; the owner makes his own and keeps several bottles onboard, including in yet another wine locker in the crew area.
Stella di Mare has accommodations for eight to ten in the owner’s party and five crew. This VIP guest stateroom, toward the bow, is joined by two twin staterooms that each have pullman berths, all comfortable enough for the journeys the megayacht has made and still has planned. The owner has a full-beam stateroom, also below decks like these are. […]
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