The 720 Fly Bridge reflects contemporary European design influence envisioned by Valentina Zannier, partner and lead designer with Nuvolari-Lenard Naval Architects of Venice, Italy. Ms. Zannier has directed the interior layout, design, and fine detailing of several recently built mega yachts developed by the Nuvolari-Lenard firm. Her yacht design expertise is evident throughout this new Marquis.
Open grained, select oak hardwood is used to create bulkheads and cabinets. The salon sole is Brazilian cherry and serves as a beautiful backdrop for the handmade Italian leather furnishings from Calia Italia. Illumination throughout the yacht is provided by a combination of fixtures designed and constructed by Cantalupi of Viareggio, Italy. Oak cabinetry is carried forward throughout the yacht’s spacious galley, richly surrounded by intricately flecked and veined granite flooring and countertops. A dining table for six is adjacent to the galley. Below decks the opulence of the Zannier design continues throughout the yacht’s private staterooms.
The Master Stateroom is the owner’s private domain. Oak cabinets, drawers and hanging lockers are not only expertly crafted and beautifully finished but also designed to be highly functional for live aboard convenience. Deep pile Ralph Lauren carpet is used throughout the lower deck creating a luxuriously inviting atmosphere. The Master Bath with marble floor and counter tops is a showcase for yacht finish quality. The spacious stall shower is surrounded by an artistic pattern of Emperador marble tiles from Spain. Additional fine details include hand sewn leather appointments on the king sized bed pedestal and stainless steel accents on the cabinet surrounds.