Massimo Gino, interior designer of the SEVENTY 7

Mario Pedol & Massimo Gino, founders of Nauta Design

The scale of spaces is what defines a top-of-the range yacht.

Space equals luxury and wealth: the saloon, the owner's cabin, all others cabins and en suit bathrooms, in addition to the galley, have all been designed according to this statement. The perception of available spaces becomes even more important than décor and style.
The general arrangement, whit its various deck levels, all the stairways that link them, the access and deck windows, and the resulting relationship between interior and exterior, is the core of super yachts projects.
Together with Marc Van Peteghem and Patrick Le Quément, we have worked to create a real in & out harmonious atmosphere. Focusing on main passages, from the saloon to the rear cockpit, from the owner’s private lounge to the forward cockpit, we have created the perfect link between interior and exterior.
A hard work has been done to optimize and find the good balance in between windows shape on the hull and the inner perception of view and light from the cabins.
The general arrangement can be considered as a net space that offers various combinations of layout, according to different functions, needs, and use of space. Two VIP cabins can become a meeting room or a movie theatre. You can choose between an aft or forward galley layout with theirs en suite crew cabins; or between owner up or owner down solution, with two or three VIP and guest cabins with queen size or twins bed.
For the interiors, we have combined and selected elegant details, luxury finishing and materials, as we are used to apply on our many custom superyacht projects.
For this project, the role of the owner has been perfectly assumed by Martina Torrini and Bruno Belmont, with whom we have worked closely. They have selected the best solution, from among our many proposals, according to desires and needs of an ideal owner.