Speed, simplicity and go-anywhere ability: sometimes size isn’t everything. Many superyacht owners too are recently downsizing adding smaller yachts and boat to their fleets. Most of them enjoy to run their boat by themselves, and hulls under the 24 meters range are the perfect choice to do so.
As superyacht owners too approach to these models, is requested to “squeeze” many fatures and amenities typical of larger yachts into smaller spaces. And this is driven to a complete new era of small boats and yachts.
Below some top yachts in the range between the 14 and 24 meters that are using our doors to satisfy new demaning owners.
RIVIERA 78FLY AND 465SUV
As one of the world leader in such range, during the recent years Riviera is upgrating their models to get into this new era. Especially on the 78 Fly model electric sliding doors and windows are aimed to blurred the boundaries with external environment and bring the onboard experience to the next level.
Speed is not enough. The new Otam 70HT offers limitless customizations, unrivalled space and comfort for a fast luxury cruiser of her size. The electric companionway next to the helm and the electric rear sliding window contribute to donate that touch of high-tech unusual on similar yachts.
What about the InSix model the Italian Shipyard: the layout reflects that of an open yacht with a large open hard-top leading to a large glass door separating the below-deck spaces. When left open, the design highlights a large continuous area between the external and internal environments.
UNIESSE EXUMA HTC5
Uniesse sets a new standard for the active yacht owner. Designed to be fully fish, dive, cruise, and extended stay capable. The glass wall with single door leaf at cockpit enhances the sense of spaces and illuminates the luxurious interiors.
GLACIER CABIN 48
Premiered in 2021 the Glacier 48 Cabin contains an array of special features. The sharp, sporty and state-of-the-art design makes it unique among the others: in this context fits our sliding door with typical finishes of larger yachts.