July 31, 2019


The little brother of the S7 and recognised as a design icon after featuring in the installation at Milan Design Week, the S6 is up-front about its strong and determined personality: a pure coupé with sporty DNA that looks set to leave its mark on the history of yacht world development, offering unprecedented levels of fuel consumption efficiency obtained with the help of the three IPS propulsion units and Carbon Tech. The cutting-edge technical content combined with decor that is as sophisticated as it is smart, and likewise the sportiness and elegance that don’t challenge each other but live together in perfect harmony, are the distinctive assets that this project has invested in.
Exterior design. Sharp lines and innovation to turn heads
The exteriors designed by Stefano Righini reflect and accentuate the collection’s inborn sportiness. The big diamond-shaped deckhouse windows, which are built on slightly angled planes and have diagonal joints in a typical Righini innovation, create an evocative play on reflections that is the perfect foil for the boat’s sharp lines and give the yacht an immediately recognisable profile.

The S6 retains the distinctive features of S models: the bow shield on the trapezoid bow and the  special geometry of the glazed surfaces in the hull, which flood the interiors with light and the owner’s suite in particular.

Interior design. The “cosy minimal” that unites elegance and simplicity
Francesco Guida, for whom this is his second project with the shipyard, has decorated the interiors using a style that draws on a modern and discrete sense of elegance and stands out for its freshness and refinement.
Functional spaces, remarkable comfort and respect for geometrical proportions are just some of the cornerstones of the approach that inspired the project.

The version of the S6 presented at Cannes sets off two different wood varieties, light and dark-coloured oak, in an original pairing, combining them with wooden tops featuring original patterns and glossy finishes in polished chrome-plated steel frames. The result is a refined play on colour contrasts and finishes, conjuring up a mood that’s full of character. Lighting plays a key role, with indirect sources used to give the spaces an airier feel. Customers can also choose more accentuated colour contrasts that set off Thai wood against dark oak.

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