Red Yacht Design has released new renderings showing the finished refit of the 36 metre Cornellisen superyacht Miami Blues.
Now named Wolfoz, the yacht is currently undergoing an extensive 12-month refit at Turkish yard KRM.
The new exterior and interior refit design, which focuses on revamping Wolfoz’s design for a more modern lifestyle, was penned by Red Yacht Design.
The studio approached the project by first redesigning the general arrangement, enlarging areas such as the indoor dining room and saloon to make them more suitable for hosting guests on board.
A “natural, fresh and light” colour palette was also introduced to increase the sense of space on board, along with reflective ceilings and the perception of full-height windows.
The master suite was redesigned to include a “refined material selection”, light colour tones, a king-size bed and sofa.
Red Yacht Design also redesigned a number of exterior areas on board, including the bridge deck, which will now feature a large open-air cinema aft and new lounge area forward. The original styling of the sundeck has also been altered and will include a Jacuzzi and large lounge area.
A new beach club will sit aft thanks to a lengthened stern, while a completely renovated dining area will sit on the main deck. The hull and superstructure will be repainted in gold.
Delivered in 1991, Wolfoz features exterior design by Richard Hein and an interior penned by Struik & Hamerslag.