Space, the true luxury. On a catamaran of the size of the SEVENTY 7, there are infinite possibilities. Our challenge is to offer to future owners a boat that reflects their personality and adapts to the various lifestyles on board.
Below, we share with you the concepts that influenced the interior design:
The upper area is defined by a single concept: in&out! In other words, an 80 m² living space in which exterior and interior merge.
The saloon extends in continuation of the external cockpit, revealing several different living spaces - saloon, lounge area, bar area, navstation area and VIP lounge - to then re-open to the outside via the forward cockpit.
Outside and inside, the space is defined by the same style and the same lines.
From the aft deck to the forward trampoline, all the spaces are connected and become one!
In the hulls, the volumes are organised around two concepts:
Galley and crew quarter aft: A solution that facilitates the crew’s work on board and offers total freedom to the guests and owner.
Galley and crew quarter forward: A solution that facilitates guests’ use of the aft volumes, offering them direct access to the sea, and that also works in terms of service on board.
Depending on the chosen layout, the cabins are revealed in succession, 3, 4, 5 cabins, each with its particularities.
The owner's suite is noteworthy for its outstanding volumes, 35 m² (376 sq.ft.), and the diversity of living spaces provided. Not to mention the unprecedented experience of a true private beach, the interior opening once more onto the exterior.
There is no better solution; you can choose the one that suits you best!
For the more demanding, 25 m² of space can be configured entirely as you wish. This option is available only in the "forward galley and crew quarter" version, as the customisable space is that of the aft portion of the port hull. We’ll let you explore some of the possible configurations, and we invite you to let your imagination run wild!