The 28m motor yacht FREEDOM is a “boat that a Batman would drive” designed by Tomasso Spadolini and Roberto Cavalli.
The fantastic duet Spadolini and Cavalli previously worked on the 41m Baglietto motor yacht RC that belongs to Cavalli. While RC served as a corporate vessel for VIP meetings and vacations, the idea for a new yacht was to design a perfect fast boat of a smaller size with a masculine design that Cavalli could drive himself.
One of the owner’s requirements was to place the master suite on the raised level behind the pilothouse with unobstructed sea views and natural ventilation. The split-level layout places the main salon on the main deck aft and the owner’s suite four steps up on the same level as the pilothouse. A VIP suite and a guest cabin, as well as galley and crew accommodation, are located on the lower deck. The upper deck lounge is accessible from the owner’s suite. FREEDOM can carry a 3.8m tender on the foredeck under a carbon fibre hood. The aft deck cockpit is much lower than usual, which offers a continuous outside space with sliding doors on three sides for close to the water experience.
The interior was designed by Roberto Cavalli himself, who placed emphasis on ample spaces, easy staircases, natural light and ventilation and fantastic sea views. The decor is characterised as “eclectic” and boasts African safari theme fabrics and panoramic photos taken by Cavalli during his travels.
This metallic black hull and metallic dark grey superstructure yacht was built by Cerri Cantieri Navali (CCN) with the project delivery of 14 months.