The 83-meter superyacht Mirage is the new darling of Spanish design studio Daroca Design. Adopting a style different from traditional superyacht architecture, Lateral Naval Architects’ design principle is that “above deck, anything is possible, unrestricted by technical components”.
According to Lateral, Mirage’s minimalist design allows those who spend time on board to harmonize with the landscape and thus become one with nature. Reflective glass lines, semi-opaque stern and optical illusion make this minimalist design unique and stylish. Mirage shines with its metallic hull and superstructure.
Natural Light and Glass Walls Elegant Touches to Design
The superyacht has a total of five staterooms. The guest staterooms are located on the four lower decks at the stern of the yacht and offer 270-degree views. The sunroof in the master stateroom is a very stylish detail; it already attracts a lot of attention. Thanks to the sunroof detail, natural light floods in and the interior of the yacht is very airy.
When we continue to examine the yacht from the stern, we come across the main deck. Here, a bar, U-shaped seats and a large swimming pool are positioned to accompany your entertaining moments. Three sliding doors integrated into each other with full-length glass walls are among the stylish details here. There is another mosaic pool on the upper deck. Not to forget the spa and helipad that make Mirage’s design striking.