SPANISH DESIGNER ALVARO APARICIO DE LEON CREATES AN ICONIC CONCEPT
Spanish designer Alvaro Aparicio de Leon has produced a sleek 114meter iconic floating
palace - Ines. This design offers an irresistible visual appeal with a host of tantalizing
The blend of portholes, geometric windows, and seaworthy plumb bow tastefully
compliment her lines. The large porthole at the waterline is a window to the world
above and below. The large glass bottom pool on the main deck filters both daylight and moonlight through the ceiling of the beach-club. The beach club transforms in to a wet tender launch system.
“I want to keep making something modern but timeless".... Alvaro Aparicio de Leon
The cavernous garage placed next to the beach-club provides enough space for two
limo tenders (10.8m and 8m), four jet-skis and two submarines. In addition, two more
rib boats can be stored underneath the helipad at the bow.
The two helipads are an inviting asset for visiting guests with helicopters.
Ines can host up to 18 guests comfortably, and has space for up to 40 attentive
Ines will be a welcomed addition to the superyachts of the world...
Article written by Steve Kozloff