The 64-metre superyacht Project Grace is the latest concept from Australian design studio Nick Stark Design (NSD).
The design truly outlines the unique style of the studio, with free-flowing lines and large glazed surfaces running down Grace’s exterior.
Yacht designer and naval architect Nick Stark (NSD) explained, “It’s easy to forget that owners experience the yacht from the inside out – a stunning silhouette is a thing of beauty, but for most of your time onboard you will be looking out, not in. Attention to glazing detail is crucial.”
Accommodations on Project Grace are on three separate decks. On the main deck forward is a spacious, full-beam VIP suite, and on the upper deck is an owners’ suite with panoramic views of the ocean.
It was essential for Project Grace to be connected to the surrounding environment as the main saloon of the vessel was built with floor-to-ceiling glass. Her lower deck will consist of a wellness and swimming area which merges seamlessly into a beach club adjacent to her garage, located in the center of the yacht.
You can also access the dedicated party deck from here, the perfect location for socializing. This yacht offers a party atmosphere throughout its entire length thanks to its custom sound system, integrated lighting system, and DJ booth.
At the other end of the spectrum, the sun deck offers a sense of seclusion where guests can take advantage of sun loungers, a bar, and a Jacuzzi. In other words, a space to enjoy your time-off to a maximum.
A high priority is given, as ever, to the technical performance of the yacht. In combination with lithium battery systems and controllable pitch propulsion, CFD optimized hull lines and the lithium battery systems ensure not only optimal transit speeds but also minimal operating costs.
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