New images of the 28-metre yacht Freedom belonging to the renowned Italian designer Roberto Cavalli have been released by Cerri Cantieri Navali. Freedom, launched last year, is a fully-custom design by Cavalli in cooperation with friend and fellow designer Tommaso Spadolini.
Cavalli can enjoy his main-deck owner's suite located behind the pilothouse as the new owner is keen to drive the yacht himself. The central skylight and four large windows allow for constant sea-view and plenty of natural light throughout the yacht.
The main-deck was also designed with four slope steps to allow for the beach area and the main lounge appear to be one continuous space close to the water. The yacht's tender is stored forward on the main-deck, positioned so to not disrupt the full walk-around deck and outdoor lounge areas.
The interiors created by Cavalli feature fabric and leather finishes and bulkheads covered by photos he took himself during his travels. The main focus in the design for the yacht was to maximise contact with the sea while remaining private. Mr Cavalli also designed features into the yacht for enhanced privacy, such as an aft cockpit with floor to ceiling curtains.
Two guest cabins for an additional four guests and crew quarters can be found on the lower-deck alongside a dining area. In a similar fashion to the owner’s suite, the guest cabins feature customised furniture from the Roberto Cavalli Home collection and a colourful mix of animal patterns and metalwork creating a glam-chic appearance.
The aluminium-hulled Freedom is set to reach a top speed of 42 knots, thanks to her three Rolls Royce water-jet marine engines.