Italian shipyard Logica Yachts has technically launched its hotly anticipated 59-metre Logica 59 at its Viareggio shipyard.
First revealed in 2019, the 920 GT motor yacht features exteriors and interior from Acube Design with interior styling in collaboration with Martin Kemp Design. She is the first launch from the shipyard since the 44.8-metre Logica 147, now named Forever, hit the water in 2014.
The new Logica has a more traditional look than its sister with a plumb bow, long bowsprit and a low profile. The design studio has described the lines as « timeless », with « clean and simple surfaces in order to get elegant and sinuous appearance ». Alice Rolla, designer at Acube said: « When the yacht came out from the shipyard we really liked the visual impact and we thought to have succeeded our aim. »
Exterior highlights include a sundeck fitted with folding glass doors that allow the space to function as a winter garden. Elsewhere, the Logica 59 also has a generous beach club with a sauna, bar and lounge space, with direct access to the water from the swim platform.
On the interior, the yacht has a « cosy but luxurious » theme with plenty of natural light and organic shapes.
The yacht has a five-cabin layout with a forward-facing owner’s cabin that comes complete with an office, walk-in wardrobes, gym area and private deck with a Jacuzzi. The remaining cabins can be found on the lower deck, and Acube has called them the « most spacious in its category ».
The superyacht is currently in the final stages of outfitting and delivery is expected this summer.