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New Admiral Impero superyacht sold

The Italian Sea Group has announced the sale of a new 40 metre raised pilothouse motor yacht, the latest of the Impero series to be built under the yard’s Admiral brand.

Designed by Luca Dini and built in aluminium to RINA class and MCA compliant, this yacht’s buyer was introduced by FYI Yachts in Florida and, when completed in 2016, will be delivered to a South American owner.

An interior by in-house designers Admiral Centro Stile has five comfortable staterooms accommodating 10 guests in a main deck master suite, a large full beam VIP suite and three guest cabins along with berths for seven crew in four cabins.

The sun deck will be lavishly equipped with entertainment equipment and all the facilities needed for outdoor enjoyment. Twin 1,925hp Caterpillar engines will give her a cruising speed of 18 knots, a maximum speed of 20 knots and she will be fitted with the latest zero speed stabilisers.

Francesco Carbone, Group Vice Chairman & Sales Director of Italian Sea Group, says, "This is the third Impero RPH sold in less than three years after Nono was delivered to her owners in 2014 and became the winner of the World Superyachts Award as best 2-deck yacht below 38 metres. Hull 572 is currently in build and Nono will be on display at the 2015 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show. We are delighted with the professional manner and dedication of the team at FYI Superyachts and look forward to a successful and fruitful cooperation with them.”

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