While still a concept, the new Bugatti Niniette 66 could well write a new chapter in day-boat design. A joint project between Bugatti and superyacht builder Palmer Johnson, Niniette’s cockpit is unlike any other 66-foot yacht. The designers incorporated a 21-foot beam to maximize the exterior space, but employed a nonlinear shape that promotes “energy flow.” Think feng shui. Niniette’s open stern, facing lounges, hot tub, and, yes, open fire pit make it feel more like an Asian spa on the water than a boat. “Our designers played with organic shapes to add more flow around the deck,” says Timur Mohamed, Palmer Johnson CEO. “It creates a fresh, new way of living on board.” Niniette’s cabin also has an unconventional circular configuration, matching the above deck. The yacht’s equally innovative hull shape, with side sponsons, was designed for stability in rough water, delivering an estimated top end of 44 knots.