Giuseppe Taranto, CEO and worldwide sales director at the Tuscany-based yard, said: "We are proud of this construction and are confident she will be a benchmark in her category. She is a yacht with an unique style that will attract attention in every port."
Project 575 is a custom full-displacement motor yacht that will feature six spacious guest staterooms, including a 300 square metre owner’s suite, which covers an entire deck and comprises two cabins and a central lounge. Meanwhile the upper deck is dedicated to the guests with four further cabins and a panoramic observatory lounge afore of the on-board cinema room.
Other key features include a large helicopter hangar, suitable for an Augusta Grande-sized chopper, and a pair of superyacht elevators connecting all five decks and providing discreet crew access. The aft tender garage houses a pair of 9.75 metre Rupert Marine tenders, while the beach club includes a dedicated spa area.
The yacht is scheduled to be delivered to her owner in 2018, when she will take her place as one of the largest explorer yachts in the world. Admiral has confirmed that Project 575 is Lloyd’s registered and that British designer has Tim Heywood created the exterior profile for this long-range cruiser.
The yard adds that the interiors "recall the classic taste and the elegant atmosphere typical of timeless yachts, but with a touch of sober modernity". Engine installation details, top speed and maximum cruising range are yet to be confirmed.