They say, the bigger the better, and sometimes, that is really true. When it comes to luxury experiences, chartering a yacht is truly an experience in itself, and with every year new yacht designs arrive to blow us away. The newest megayacht on the radar is the Dust, a new megayacht concept that is bold and big, in more ways than one.
Built by Spanish designer Jay Aberdoni, the 272-foot (83m) Dust yacht is sleek and sophisticated, and takes inspiration from the stardust left behind by a comet. This is the second independently designed yacht by the designer who has been working in the industry for the last decade.
But what makes the megayacht dust truly luxurious and otherworldly is the massive 4,000-square-foot beach club with its own fire pit as well as a glass-bottomed pool. What’s more? The design aesthetic with large glass windows provides uninterrupted sea views. Dust is equipped with a garage suitable for one limousine and a few jet skis. With room for up to 16 guests, the dust has seven staterooms on the main deck with direct access to the main saloon, along with an owner’s suite on the upper deck. The latter comes complete with walk-in wardrobes, an office, a lounge and a private terrace.
The rooms are beautifully constructed around a spiral staircase that has a curved LED screen for a backdrop while the interior features a neutral palette and minimalist furnishings.
The exterior is sleek, with the yacht having a windscreen similar to a car’s windscreen, that helps it blend seamlessly with the superstructure.
Contemporary in its design language, the newly built yacht exudes luxury and finesse.