Diamond-inspired superyacht concept with a ‘waterfall’ on board

(CNN) — Real diamonds should not float in water. But this fantastic new superyacht concept with an on-board cinema, helipad and three integrated lakes, is the exception to the rule.

Designed by Italian studio Gabriele Teruzzi Yachts & Design, the Stella del Sud concept was inspired by the famous 128 carat Cartier diamond from which it takes its name.

New renderings of the 110-meter (360-foot) ship show its beautiful and sharp lines, such as the diamond-shaped design, and the “side window glass design that connects all the layers.”

Floating pearls

The interpretation of the concept is Stella del Sud, which features a wide beach with three interconnected pools.

The interpretation of the concept is Stella del Sud, which features a wide beach with three interconnected pools.

Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio

The ship’s infinity glass panels are arranged to reflect the light, ensuring that it always shines.

On board, the superyacht will be fitted with a long foredeck that holds a helipad, and a private lounge with L-shaped sofas perfect for entertaining guests.

The main deck has room for eight VIP cabins, a lounge, and a piano lounge overlooking that side window.

The 110 meter yacht concept was designed by the Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design studio.

The 110 meter yacht concept was designed by the Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design studio.

Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio

An extensive beach club, based in the Palace of Caserta, an ancient palace in southern Italy built by the Bourbon King Charles III as a rival to Versailles, is one of his features.

The spacious grounds include three interconnected swimming pools at different levels, creating what Teruzi describes as a “waterfall effect.”

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The ship features a large saloon with panoramic windows showing off "rain effect" light at night.

The ship features a large saloon with panoramic windows that display “rain effect” lighting at night.

Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio

According to the design team, the ship’s tiers were “designed to offer passengers an unparalleled sea view from the main saloon, surrounded by large panoramic windows that reflect the light” it ended” at night.

There is also a 3,500-square-foot sun deck with a lounge, a hot tub, and an al fresco dining room with a table.

An aquarium built into the ceiling above the bed.

An aquarium built into the ceiling above the bed.

Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio

You’d expect an owner’s suite aboard a superyacht like this, and Stella del Sud doesn’t disappoint.

Occupying most of the bridge, it comes with “his and hers” bathrooms, walk-in closets, and a salt bar, but the highlight here is the mounted aquarium. placed on the ceiling above the bed.

Time to shine?

The outdoor dining table will reflect the sundeck of the superyacht.

The outdoor dining table will reflect the sundeck of the superyacht.

Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio

Entertainment is also added in the form of a cinema, which will be built on the bilge deck in order to take advantage of the darkness and ensure the best experience on board.

Now, both sides of the hull are fitted with two shell hatches that open into two separate steps with 30 square meters.

The idea was inspired by the Cartier 128 carat diamond of the same name.

The idea was inspired by the Cartier 128 carat diamond of the same name.

Gabriele Teruzzi Yacht & Design Studio

The Stella del Sud is just an idea for now, but will this “shining diamond” have a chance to light up the water in the future?

The team at Gabriele Teruzzi Yachts & Design is committed to further developments with the design, but it is sure to attract more.

The Stella del Sud is one of the exciting new superyachts to be unveiled in recent weeks, along with the stylish Symbiosis from Swiss design studio Kurt Merki, featuring decks filled with blue, and the 60-meter Geko 60 from. Franco Gnessi & Partners, like a Japanese pagoda.

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