Romeo United Yachts display the selection of tri-deck motor yachts:
Tri-deck motor yachts are a conventional type of yacht. What makes a motor yacht a tri-deck?
Usually, motor yachts that get two additional decks above the main deck are referred to as a ‘Tri-deck’. Those two decks are named an upper deck and a sundeck. Technically speaking, a tri-deck motor yacht has not three but four decks, with a lower deck right beneath the main deck. The main reason that big boats, usually above 27m and longer, carry these two decks above the main deck is an additional space for relaxation and entertainment. In this configuration, the wheelhouse takes place towards the bow of the upper deck. A sky lounge, also referred to as an upper saloon, to the aft of the wheelhouse. The aft section of the upper deck is an open area for relaxation with access to the sundeck. The main deck usually spots a cockpit in the aft, lobby, main dining area and main saloon. Owners suite is on there also, usually to the bow section of the main deck.
Tri deck superyacht provides a lot of space for the owners and guests both outdoor and in protected areas.
All major superyacht builders, Amels/Damen, Baglietto, Benetti, Ferretti Custom Line, International Shipyard Ancona, Heesen, Mangusta, Princess, Sanlorenzo, Sunseeker, Tankoa, to name a few, have tri-deck superyachts in their portfolios.
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