Greenline Yacht Interiors has announced that the interiors of Yas, the 141 meters launched in 2011 by ADM Shipyards, have been completed.
The studio of interior fittings, based in Dubai purchased the contract in 2013 by taking over another company that was engaged in the difficult task of conversion of this former military ship (a frigate of the Dutch Navy) of 135 meters (ex Project Swift ) in a very luxurious superyacht. The French designer Jacques Pierrejean of Pierrejean Design Studio, who oversaw the operation, has chosen a particular line that he calls “dolphin-shaped” and indicates that as a real new class of yachts.
Thanks to the extensive use of glass surfaces in the superstructure and the peculiar development of the external layout Yas is clearly different from any other yacht of this size in business today. The large glass surfaces produce an extremely sophisticated environment just like the bedroom in the owner’s suite, wrapped entirely (including the ceiling) in glass, it is able to rely on natural light. Furthermore Greenline has used a series of highly advanced new materials for interior furnishings. The studio in Dubai is now engaged in a series of projects including the construction of a new 177 Newcastle expedition yacht designed by the Andrew Winch.