Denison Yachting announces exclusive listing of 60-meter project Perennial

Denison is excited to debut Project Perennial, a 60-meter motor yacht designed by Tony Castro. The project is exclusively available as a new construction opportunity with Denison.
Derived from the Latin word for “timeless”, the name of this project captures the yacht’s elegance, timeless design, and a sense of fit-for-purpose, as described by her design team, who took great care to focus on the user experience aboard the vessel–especially on the “inside looking out”. With so many current trends in the market, the team took a softer approach to designing this yacht, in an attempt to outlast many of those which may be short-lived. At its core, Project Perennial is just that: timeless elegant escapism that will be as graceful now as it will be many years from now.
Designer Tony Castro remarked about working with Denison Yachting on this exclusive listing: “Great minds think alike. The Tony Castro design team is happy to have found in Denison Yachting someone that sees the future of custom superyacht building as we do”.
This sentiment rings true on both sides, as Denison superyacht broker David Johnson, who represents the project, shared: “It is an absolute pleasure to work with Tony and his talented team on this project. Tony is a legend in the industry, so when his office shared the design with me, I knew I wanted to promote it. Tony’s studio has designed a 60m yacht with 1200gt that has maintained stylish lines and at the same time has some very creative areas. I am personally very impressed with the aft deck ‘Cabana’ style lounge that until now has never been done on a yacht of this size”.
Project Perennial is a sight to behold. The exterior has been crafted with soft flowing lines that hug her large volume. The exterior spaces are designed with a social family friendly approach, with the aft terrace being the most prevalent example. The large asymmetric pool is flanked on two sides by soft sofas, and a breakfast bar area perfectly suited to morning or evening use. This area is viewed from the raised pavilion set up for dining, lounging, or a sundowner cocktail. With the flick of a switch and the additional corner posts, the crew can cover the whole terrace with an expansive slatted pergola that pockets in the tween deck and slides out to provide Tuscan-style sunshade to the full terrace. On the lower deck below the terrace and pavilion is the beach club, aft boarding, and water access via the fold-down platforms for water sport activities or waterside bathing.
Up on the fore deck, there is the option of a flat deck for helicopter boarding, or the forward spa pool and encircled fire pit. More conventional aft formal dining is found on the bridge deck aft, behind the upper saloon. Unusually, the deck above is offered to the owner as a full owner’s deck, up away from the crew activities, the interior of which is complete with his and hers en suites, a panoramic view from the primary cabin, and a private veranda. Aft is a dedicated owner’s office/lounge aft with access to the aft deck and sun deck above. There is a large tender bay for a nine-meter limo tender and a seven-meter rib.
The remaining interior of the large volume yacht is well thought-out, housing a gym and spa area on the main deck, two forward VIP cabins with balcony access, and a large family cabin with pullman berths. There are two more cabins on the lower deck with direct access to the beach club and a cinema. Between 12 and 16 guests can be accommodated aboard depending on the set-up of the Pullman beds, with a crew of up to 16 plus captain.

Comments are closed.