Piredda&Partners, a young company on the yacht design scene, has presented Now, a project for a 110-metre megayacht (with a 15.6-metre beam) with a sporty character and an unusual superstructure divided into two parts that makes it unique and immediately recognizable. The decision to divide the upper deck is not an end in itself or a stylistic exercise, but a functional choice that makes it possible to create different spots and to have an area reserved for the owner. The low, sporty exterior profile may be misleading about the interior volumes.
However, Now offers decidedly generous volumes, thanks above all to the superstructure that connects the three decks in a succession of arches and the two highest monoliths that seem to float on the glass superstructure below. On the main deck, a large double-height saloon welcomes guests in a blaze of light streaming in through the double-glazed windows. Now can accommodate 18 guests in four VIP suites located on the main deck, four guest cabins on the lower deck and a large owner’s suite located in the forward section of the one-piece superstructure. This 110-metre yacht also features a 75-square-metre theatre, a basketball court, a party area and large panoramic terraces.