The first motor yacht launched by the group since Giovanni Costantino took control in 2011, the aluminium, semi-displacement motor yacht is part of the Imperio Series, designed by Luca Dini and Admiral Centro Stile. The colour contrast of the hull along with the innovative lines and vertical bow give the exterior a masculine, powerful appearance that characterises the Admiral brand. Cacos V has received recognition by RINA for having the lowest noise and vibration levels and has been given the classification COMF (Y) 90, 100.
Cacos V boasts a large internal volume for its length, coming in at 479GT. This space has been maximised with a full-beam owner’s cabin and saloon, while guests are accommodated in four lower-deck guest cabins. The large living and dining areas on the main deck feature wide, full-height windows.
One of the main features of the interior by Group Style Center is the detail on the staircase connecting the upper and lower decks, which has single, cantilevered steps jutting out from the wall, illuminated by an LED panel polished in bicolour resin delivering a 3D effect. The interior is furnished in dark oak and polished Makassar, and silk and leather details provide a classic finish.
During the Monaco Yacht Show, Cacos V will host an exhibition of works by Italian minimalist artist Riccardo Gusmaroli as part of ‘Art on Waves.'
In addition, Admiral Tecnomar will present two new yacht series concepts, Envy and E Motion.