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Italian shipyard Fincantieri presented a brand new superyacht concept on the first day of the Monaco Yacht Show. Named Mirage, she has been developed in close collaboration with Dutch design studio Van Geest Design.
Pieter van Geest and Tracey-Jayne Canavaggio have a combined 35 years of experience in the design field. Their talents lie in exterior and interior yacht design as well as furniture design and project management. With their extensive knowledge and experience in shipyard production, project management and owner’s representation, they maintain not only an artistic, but also a practical hands-on approach to design.
For Mirage, after extensive research on glass specifications and capabilities, Van Geest Design has created this design. The glass, with its visual effects combined with the overall shape of the yacht, lead to this extraordinary result.
Mirage is the translation city landscapes and skyscrapers, with reflective surfaces that help it blend into the landscape, merging with its environment.
One can only board by invitation. It is a discrete retreat.
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