Florida – December 2, 2020
Modern yacht design on Tsumat yacht is the ultimate elegance
Nothing says refinement, luxury and elegance like the simplicity of a perfectly executed modern yacht design. The ultimate form of sophistication lies in clean lines, the impeccable combination of materials and the best use of outdoor and indoor space – all of which the 50m custom superyacht Tsumat embodies. Build by US shipyard Trinity Yachts in 2012, this full-aluminium motor yacht features an extraordinary exterior design by Trinity, with bright, modern and airy interiors from the drawing boards of Espinosa Yacht Design. Designed for a repeat owner who requested a simple, yet elegant design with Mexican influences to mirror his own traditions, every minute design detail showcases her beauty.
A Balanced Interior & Exterior
Ideal for those who enjoy travelling with their loved ones, she features the ideal balance between indoor and outdoor spaces. Her vast aft deck, longer those previously seen on Trinity yachts of her size, offers plenty of space for alfresco dining and relaxation. Her sun deck and upper aft deck are multifunctional spaces, ideal for outdoor dining, entertaining or sunbathing. Complete with rattan sofas and lounge chairs, take in your beautiful surroundings as you cruise by.
Her interiors are sleek, contemporary and refined, with emphasis placed on the excellent use of premium materials such as leather, suede, marble, onyx and walnut thorough out. Purposefully kept clean and simple; her spacious interior decor lets the luxurious use of materials become the focal point, making them feel larger than they actually are. But do not confuse simplicity with plain, for her ornate interiors are filled with luscious details, such as hand-stitched leather window blinds, and artisan stonework. The choice of materials is evident across her entire interiors, seen in her leather tiles on the upper deck and leather headboards and sidewalls in the two twin cabins on the lower deck. The onyx floors, which are heated for maximum comfort, match the backlit onyx columns in the passageways, saloon and the master suite, effortlessly tying the spaces together.
The open dining room seamlessly flows into a lounge area on the main deck, acting as an open and inviting multifunctional space. Similarly, her upper deck and sun deck have been designed with versatility in mind, with her jacuzzi located forward on the sun deck to offer more room for seating, sun loungers and a dining table together with a small gym area aft. The bar on Tsumat’s sun deck is also lowered to encourage guests to sit back and relax, matching the height of the dining table. The upper saloon also features a lowered-bar, complete with leather-covered coffee tables, a games table, sofa and hidden tv.
In order to comfortably accommodate all guests, the original owner requested a guest cabin on the upper deck next to four on the lower deck. The pilothouse was pushed forward to accommodate this cabin as well as the captain’s room. Able to comfortably welcome 12 guests in six cabins, this includes a spacious master suite featuring a 3.5-metre corridor with high ceilings complete with private study, dressing area a king-size bed on an elevated mezzanine level. A low leather-and-suede wall separates the room and the dressing area, from which the expansive ensuite bathroom sits aft.