The Serafina design has an optimized layout providing the perfect balance of interior and exterior space for modern living. Generous guest accommodation is efficiently packaged into 3 decks allowing for a vast sundeck with two distinct areas one forward with a large pool and another aft for lounging and entertaining.
Aft on bridge deck there is a full width formal lounge with ‘al fresco’ dining, crew and technical areas are isolated toward the bow of the vessel allowing maximum privacy for guests and efficient functioning of crew duties. Main deck houses a more informal main saloon, interior dining and a large full-width owners suite forward.
Four guest cabins on lower deck have direct access to the beach club aft thanks to the engine rooms more forward position, crew have direct access to the engine room and wheelhouse from their living quarters toward the bow. These factors combine to minimize crew footfall and disturbance in guest areas.
The styling of the vessel cloaks the accommodation in a dynamic and distinctive form embodying the concept of ‘sophisticated simplicity’. Her lines are bold and economical creating a compact, harmonious aesthetic with both strength and elegance. Sophisticated sculpting of surfaces and details has been employed to add tension and dynamism without becoming overly complex, she appears sporty despite her large interior spaces.
Serafina could be described as ‘the only superyacht you will ever need’, perfect for remote family getaways with up to 14 guests in 7 cabins.