Darnet Design in France says the 210-foot VSY Atomic —the design firm’s largest build to date—has been delivered to her owners.
The project was for a repeat client who tapped Darnet Design to create the yacht’s interiors.
“The brief required a warm, cozy and timeless interior inspired by marine life,” according to the design firm. “This theme extends from bow to stern, achieving calm and inviting spaces throughout the yacht.”
American walnut is featured throughout the vessel, including in the soles, slats and furniture. There are polished nickel inlays in the shape of grooved brain coral on panels and in the sole. Natural and mushroom-finished leather upholstery, along with 100 percent white cotton carpets, add to the calm ambience.
Accommodations are for 12 guests in six staterooms, including a master forward on the main deck with private terraces. There’s a reading lounge to starboard and a “panoramic shower” to port, distinguishing Atomic from the previous VSY launches RoMa and SeaLyon.
Which company built the scuba center aboard Atomic? Moondog, a Fort Lauderdale-based firm that specializes in outfitting yachts for scuba diving of all kinds.
Where to learn more: visit darnet-design.com