Spanish-based designer Jay Aberdoni unveiled the newest 83m superyacht concept, Dust. Aberdoni was motivated by the stardust left behind by a comet to construct the vessel with a smooth and elegant shape. To develop that distinctive look, he also used aesthetics from sports cars. The wheelhouse, for instance, has an angled windscreen.
Uninterrupted views of the ocean are provided by the low bulwarks and huge glass windows. In addition to a fire pit, a bar, a communal space, and a spot to unwind in the sun, the magnificent 310-square-meter beach club has direct access to the sea.
Dust has a garage big enough for an 8-meter tender, jet skis, and one limousine tender for the more energetic visitors. Below the beach club is a swimming pool with a glass bottom.
Up to 16 guests can stay on Dust in seven cabins on the main deck and the owner’s suite on the upper deck. A neutral color scheme and simple furnishings can be found inside.
In the middle of the living space is a spiral staircase with a curved LED screen that connects the terrace, beach club, saloon, and main deck. The forward-looking saloon gives visitors easy access to the outdoor area and is enclosed by sliding glass doors.
Credit: Jay Aberdoni