Looking for a luxury home that’s always on the move? Private residential superyacht M/Y Njord promises cutting-edge design, sublime apartments, and an ever-changing view from the window.
Ok, so the market gods have seen fit to bestow great favour upon you but you’re not quite in superyacht territory just yet. Not a problem. A new vessel from Ocean Residences Development and acclaimed designer Jean-Michel Gathy is the net best thing for well-heeled lads looking for ever-changing horizons.
A pioneering residential superyacht and the world’s most technically advanced green ship, M/Y Njord is set to create a new language of luxury onboard. At a length of 293 meters, M/Y Njord will offer 117 luxury residences available in 21 distinct configurations comprising two to six bedrooms and ranging from approximately 120 sq.m to 800 sq.m. She is the world’s only residential yacht to offer 14 duplex and two spectacular triplex residences, each with private elevators because stairs are for punks.
Gathy has been appointed as the lead interior designer, curating exceptional homes where residents will be able to immerse themselves in the authentic culture and history of the destinations the superyacht visits.
Gathy’s signature style and designs will span across decks 10 -13 and alongside several of the top residences and penthouses, presenting a homely, comfortable, smart casual, and exclusive yet contemporary atmosphere. Owners will be able to an identity for their residence. For the larger ones, a walk-in wine cellar, cheese room, humidor, safe room, private gym, sauna, steam or many other facilities have been included in order to create a unique microcosm.
M/Y Njord will also host an impressive array of amenities including a marina, a yacht and sailing club, an expedition and dive centre, and various watercraft. Additionally, there is a professional-standard oceanographic research laboratory and a gyroscopic telescope housed in the top deck observatory as well as the most advanced medical testing, monitoring, and diagnostic equipment.
The communal areas will emanate a sense of the unique, reflecting a sense of ease and lightness in the designs, and in the proportions, shapes, textures which all together have one common denominator. It is Gathy’s osmosis of style that he has gathered from the extensive interaction with M/Y Njord’s residents who have travelled the globe and stayed at the hotels he has designed.
Think of it as a baller pad that’s always on the move.
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