With Vitality, Theodoros Fotiadis Bespoke Design continues with the design approach of creating large convertible exterior areas that serve more than only one purpose, giving the already vast platform an additional level of layout possibilities. The forward and aft facing decks are characterised by multiple pools, generous relaxation areas, and above all, excellent all-round visibility provided by the functional design lines in these areas. Semi glass bulwarks give an added element of freedom.
The lower deck is a lifestyle oasis where the full beam of 17.30 meters of the hull has been utilised to house a gym complete with a 12-metre x 4-metre indoor pool that creates the effect of being part of the ocean, once the series of sliding doors have been opened that leads out onto the enormous swim platform. Despite her large size, the 118-metre superyacht is designed with on-board spaces that seamlessly blend together, and with the open and uncluttered feel on board, perfectly suits the name Vitality. A key aspect of this superyacht concept is the use of open spaces, clean lines and lean luxury.
The project was initially designed after a request from a boatyard but the design was paused, therefore this year it will be presented to 3 more boatyards at the Monaco Yacht Show and the designers expect to know more on its outcome after the show.