Italian yacht designer Nicolò Piredda designed a 62m yacht for the Lürssen shipyard

An eye-catching design feature is a curved line from the bow to the stern. There are also curved lines in the superstructure that reflects the style of the hull.

NEXT is a result of requests for a new generation of superyacht owners. Nicolò Piredda leaves the beaten paths of teak decks and sees synthetic flooring materials. Personally, I can’t think about a luxury yacht deck without teak but humans love habits and sometimes it is time to rethink.

The tenders are stored under the foredeck. According to the general arrangement, there is space for two tenders and two jet skis.

Interior

The interior design features Art Déco elements from the 1920’s and 1930’s but has also state-of-the-art minimalism influences.

NEXT accommodates up to ten guests (in another version up to twelve) and a crew of fifteen people. The full-beam owner’s area with relaxing zone and a big office to operate the business from the yacht is on the main deck while guests are placed on the lower deck where is also the beach club with gym, sauna.

Exterior Spaces

There are five areas to spend time outside of the generous interior. The bow offers an embedded U-shaped area with bimini and a jacuzzi. Another shaded area can be found aft on the main deck, equipped with sofas. Al-fresco dining has been placed on the bridge deck and another pool with sunbathing is on the sundeck. Last but not least, the bathing platform.