The Italian yacht designer Federico Fiorentino from Milano presents a “The Belafonte” – a 50m “modern classic” concept.

The Belafonte concept provides a full aluminum motor yacht with a gross tonnage of under 500 GT. The yacht can reach a top speed of 18 – 24 knots depending on engine configuration.

Ten guests can be accommodated in five cabin, a full beam VIP suite alongside two twins and one double are located on the lower deck, while the owner’s full beam suite is located forward on the main deck. The owner suite, with its 84 square meters, is one of the biggest in its category and features a separate studio with a folding balcony, two walk-in closets and two communicating bathrooms.

The main deck of The Belafonte offers a spacious and formal saloon and dining area while the semi enclosed upper deck is dedicated to more informal social areas with a spectacular sky lounge. Here, an alfresco dining table can accommodate all the yacht guests while on the other side we find a spacious shaded bar.

The Belafonte is characterized by a large amount of open deck space with a large pool on the main deck and a Jacuzzi on the upper deck, both surrounded by big sunbathing areas. For more privacy we also find a very reserved lounge and sunbathing area located in the front of the upper deck.

But the most particular feature of this yacht is its remarkable exterior design. Striking lines and a unique stem design confer to The Belafonte a spontaneous sense of luxury.

The style of Federico Fiorentino is characterized by a distinctive use of traditional elements such as mahogany cap rails and polished steel particulars, mixed with modern lines concept, conveying past and present into modern yachts with a strong character. The outstanding bow shield featured on The Belafonte is a clear example of such an approach.