“Teseo” is a semi-custom expedition yacht, offering three different layout solutions for different needs. Here’s the renderings.
We already wrote about CRN “Teseo” in this article. Now it’s time to show you a preview of her interiors. It’s important to recall that the research from designers at Zuccon International Project aimed to fulfil two concepts: “Timeless” and “Go Anywhere”. The look of this 50-meter long, Expedition class from CRN is a reinterpretation of the traditional style of expedition yachts. Teseo wants to be a ship for long navigation, in any sea and every condition.
The main visible point is maximum flexibility in the space distribution. Three settings are avaiable, according to the needs of who will enjoy navigation. In addition, following the new requests from the markets, fuel consumption is kept low, while the availability of water toys is as large as possible.
The cabins layout on the four decks change according to the solutions. A first suggestion from Zuccon studio puts the owner’s suite to aft of the main deck, and the four guest cabins on the lower deck. The upper bridge is free and can feature huge outdoor spaces: solarium abow, a panoramic living area, and a large terrace abaft.
According to the unusual, second solution, the master stateroom is on the lower deck along with two guest cabins, while the other two are on the main level. Here, the indoor salon boasts four sliding doors so it becomes an uninterrupted space with the outdoor cockpit. The transparent bulwark and the teak decking that continues on the inner floor further enhance the feeling of being one with the sea.
Third proposal goes for the maximum owner’s privacy. So the master suite is on the upper deck, with a terrace to aft and a panoramic “al fresco” dining to fore. Any solution includes a full “commander’s deck”, totally separated from the guests areas and ideal for the whole crew to operate “Teseo” during long navigation.