Zuccon SuperYacht Design, a division of Zuccon International Project in Italy, has unveiled renderings of its 308-foot design Teti. The firm calls Teti an “experimental project” and is drawing special attention to the upper deck, which it considers a “spacial revolution.”
Whereas most superyachts have outdoor guest areas on the main deck aft, water-level beach club and sundeck, Teti has an upper deck fully dedicated to guest enjoyment. A dining table and swimming pool are aft, while the upper deck’s bow section offers indoor dining and access to a second swimming pool.
“In an area usually dedicated to technical operations, the pool becomes a sunny, large terrace in the sun,” the design team stated in a press release.
Other design elements on Teti include an owner’s deck that is accessible by private staircase and that can be split into two suites for charter; and tender stowage between the beach club and main deck with access via a portside-opening bay.
What are Zuccon’s other recent projects? A 295-foot yacht and a 301-foot yacht.