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After two years of cancelled holidays, travel restrictions and endless testing, it could be time to, quite literally, push the boat out – and little sounds better than chartering a yacht. From the South of France to the Balearics, Sardinia to Croatia.
Project Haze, Winner of the best ‘Interior Design under 40m’ at the International Yacht & Aviation Awards 2021, Haze boasts a striking penthouse layout conceived by the Neapolitan naval engineer Francesco Guida – one of the go-to names in the industry – with panoramic windows that bathe the main salon in natural light. Aside from the eye-catching design, the yacht is well-equipped for its eight guests with a 50sq m beach club including a hydraulic swim platform for zero-effort entry and exit to the water, an al fresco dining area and cloudlike sunpads ideal for stretching out on with a good book and an Aperol Spritz.
Haze is managed for charter by Fraser, from €55,000 a week.
Lawson Robb brought the interiors of this exciting new yacht design to life. Spread over three decks, the 86 Fast is constructed from fibreglass and aluminium and the interiors includes contemporary furniture in neutral and white tones.
The sizeable panoramic windows throughout the yacht give the illusion of being in “a large crystal dome”.
Living areas can be found in the full-beam main saloon, as well as a foredeck lounge and a sun deck complete with a C-shaped sofa and bar.
It also features two outdoor dining areas as well as an extensive 50 square metre beach club, which can carry toys including a Jet Ski.