The new 55m X-Easy concept from Pastrovich Studio is designed to do exactly what its name implies: make your life at sea super easy. From our interview with Stefano Pastrovich, we know all about his desire to create beautiful, innovative vessels that challenge the status-quo of yacht design, while still catering to the needs of each individual owner. The X-Easy is meant for those of us who enjoy the simpler things in life, like relaxing among friends and family while quietly cruising the waters.
“This time we did not want to be too ‘futuristic’ but rather realistic, without renouncing our core belief to give a unique, totally custom and timeless product,” says the brand. Finding that oftentimes a boat’s crew consists of someone’s own family, Pastrovich has designed the X-Easy to be really simple and intuitive for a small crew of nine to handle. With only two decks, the vessel uses natural elements (like bamboo, stone, and roar teak) to create a relaxed beach house-like aesthetic. The layout is also adaptable, which means that the furniture can be easily rearranged throughout the open spaces.
Found in the bow is a terrace with a dining table, while the stern is reserved entirely for the yacht’s Beach Club—an area dedicated to life at sea without interruption. The X-Easy also includes a spa and a fully-equipped gym, as well as tons of water toys, like jet skis and stand-up paddle boats.