From November 3 to 7, guests at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2016, can get a chance to see the M/Y Eleonora III for the first time in the US. The superyacht is the first model in the 40M Sport Hybrid series and follows the green approach that Columbus Yachts is aligned with.
The interior of the superyacht was designed by Hot Lab Yacht and Design and the owner of the M/Y Eleonora III to create a warm space that is devoid of strong contrasts. With the help of materials that provide warmth and soft colors, the interior of the yacht has a streamlined look. Within the yacht, the designers used marbles such as Breccia Sarda and Adria Venato that provide a luxurious atmosphere. Brightly colored leather and polished stainless steel are paired with soft wool carpets and precious fabrics.
On the main deck is a bar that greets guests as they walk in while an eight-seater dining area lies beyond it. Comfortable compact chairs join the custom-made dining table while an onyx rectangular plaque invites natural light into the yacht. In the lounge is a sofa and armchairs that surround a large TV screen which is hidden in a sleek panel in the ceiling. For those looking to enjoy nature, the lounge also boasts two large windows that provide a view of the ocean. On the same level is the Master Suite that features a king size bed in the middle of the cabin. In the Master bathroom, are two “his and her” marble sinks as well as a large shower with glass walls.
The upper deck features another area for relaxation with its massive sofa from the Diesel collection by Moroso. In line with its environmentally friendly approach the wood selected to be used on the M/Y Eleonora III are FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified for eco sustainability. Adding on to the hybrid factor of the yacht, is the hybrid propulsion system developed by Palumbo Shipyard.