Setting sail on a yacht: more and more people (an increase of 40% in 2020 compared to the previous year) are choosing a boat as a good retreat for holidays or even just a long weekend. And the attention of these sea lovers (as it should be) is increasingly driven not only by design, comfort and usability, but also and above all by sustainability.
The special Interni OnBoard 2021 deals with this acceleration towards an even greener boating and what the great shipyards and designers are proposing in this sense, the second in a totally digital format after the monographs published by our magazine since 2008.
A number that, as always, tells the news through the words of nautical entrepreneurs, owners and designers, offering an informed look at a world that remains aspirational but is now increasingly at the top of the wish list of all nature lovers. nationalities and economic and social backgrounds.
With designers traditionally engaged in the home sector increasingly active also in the nautical sector – from Philippe Starck to John Pawson, from Antonio Citterio to Piero Lissoni or Patricia Urquiola – and thanks to the development of new materials and technologies devoted to sustainability, the yacht is definitely becoming transforming it into a new machine à habiter: a place to feel good, in contact with nature and in total respect for the environment.
Interni OnBoard has arrived to explain how.
Cover photo: M/Y TELLI, Navetta 37 by Custom Line