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New images show interior design for Tecnomar Evo 115

The Italian Sea Group has revealed further details of its forthcoming Tecnomar Evo 115, including the first interior renderings.

Styled inside and out by naval architect Gian Marco Campanino, the Evo 115 will be the first Italian Sea Group yacht to be delivered to Asia, increasing the yard’s international sphere of influence.

Speaking last year, Giuseppe Taranto, CEO of the Italian Sea Group, described the sale as “significant step forward”. Meanwhile Campanino explained that the design was specifically geared towards the Asian market, “Sometimes we forget that the mentality and the kind of use of the yachts in those areas is totally different from what we have in mind," he added. "So we have to go their way and give them what they want.”

The yard revealed that the Tecnomar Evo 115 series will have a three-cabin layout, with a master cabin on the lower deck, and a large superyacht spa, featuring a sauna, hammam and massage room.

On the main deck, guests will be able to relax in the spacious communal areas, with a large saloon and separate dining area, which provides seating for up to ten people.

The Tecnomar Evo 115 will also feature a superyacht sundeck, with sunbathing areas, a Jacuzzi, bar and dining area.

The Italian Sea Group is yet to reveal any further details about the engine installation, but the aluminium planing hull has been designed to deliver a top speed of 27 knots.

Other superyacht projects currently under development at the Italian yard include the 75 metre Admiral Project 575, which is also due to hit the water in 2018.

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