The aft cockpit on the X30 VILLA can be configured in any manner with loose furniture, and the area is protected by a glass balustrade so as to not impede the view. A multifunctional high/low platform supports a 5m-plus tender and all water toys. It can also be aligned with the swim platforms to create a much larger beach area.
The current layout offers VIP cabins with direct access to the transom in order to enjoy the sea without having to traverse the interior. VILLA continues on the Extra’s beach club approach of facilitating aft-ward views with direct connection to the sea.
The main deck on the X30 VILLA has extra high ceilings and large panoramic windows intended to maximize outdoor views while letting natural sunlight indoors. The layout is subdivided into smaller convivial multi-level zones to break up the space.
One option includes the main salon, library nook, bar and galley casually flowing into each other as part of the same open plan area overlooked by the raised wheelhouse and observatory. Other proposals show the galley below deck or a separate kitchen on the main deck.
The owner’s cabin features a relaxation area with sofas and an accommodation area positioned in the centre, while the bathroom is on a lower level and has been split to port and starboard.
Nestled forward between the two hulls, the master stateroom terrace overlooking the sea may be lowered in calm waters to offer exceptional views while retaining maximum privacy. With the terrace in dropped-down position, the glass doors close it off to provide protection from wind and bad weather. When closed, the master cabin maintains its seaworthiness and offers protection and sound damping thanks to its inherent design.