Firefly’s exterior was designed by Frank Laupman from Omega architects, while her naval architecture is by Vripack Naval Architects and her interior design by Vickers Studio which is inspired by the sea. She is a true gentleman’s yacht; solid and classy, allowing for maximum comfort and security even during long voyages.
With a long waterline and a slender hull, the yacht will ensure outstanding sea keeping capacities in rough seas, enhancing comfort for owner and guests alike. Firefly has a professional crew of 4, ensuring the very best service and experience on board.
On the main deck, an impressive saloon, dining room and bar area covering over 40 square meters is located aft of the wheelhouse, galley and dayhead. Floor to ceiling windows and mirrored window frames provide panoramic views and filling it of natural light. The decor continues from the lower deck, with Vickers Study combining calming satin finished American walnut and white oak with intricate details like bespoke backlit dark blue resin art and illuminated rare coral that is viewed through the glass centre of the dining table, surfaced in faux skate skin. A stunning large piece of ethically sourced natural blue coral, one of the last available, is seperating the saloon and dining areas.
The spacious aft deck offers guests the option of al fresco dining when in port or at anchor. The swim platform, which incorporates a large sea terrace, can lower into the sea to act as a substantial swimming ladder or be raised up to offer effortless access ashore.
The volumous flybridge/sun deck includes generous seating on both sides with large tables, and a beautiful featured bar incorporating a BBQ. This entire deck is designed for relaxation and entertaining, providing plenty of shaded area for al fresco seating and dining possibilities.
Up forward, Firefly has a private seating area on the bow which invites to a tranquil hiding spot to sit and contemplate the horizon, a perfect backdrop for relaxing, sunbathing and socialising. It has a removable sun awning should the guests want to lounge in the shade, or bask in the sun!