Delivered by Italian yard Rossinavi in 2020, the yacht sports the exterior stylings of Enrico Gobbi's Team For Design, who also penned the interiors. The yacht is the yard’s only Vector 50m model, for which Arrabito Naval Architects developed the naval architecture.
Accommodation is for up to ten guests in five cabins, including a forward-facing main deck master’s suite that features a private starboard terrace. Guest accommodation is found on the lower deck, comprising a VIP cabin, which can be converted into two guest cabins, and two additional convertible double cabins. EIV is crewed by a team of nine members, housed in five cabins.
Providing the same sportive appeal as her award-winning big sister 63 metre Utopia IV, EIV can transform into the “ultimate party yacht”; The upper saloon can be turned into a cinema lounge, boasting a 100-inch screen and a Sony 4k projector. Two touchscreens found in the crew mess and pantry allow staff full control of the vessel’s audio, including a “Party Mode”.
Other amenities include a galley designed by a Michelin starred chef, while al fresco dining is found on the aft deck below sun loungers and pads on the sun deck. The main saloon’s formal dining area can be turned into an al fresco space, hosting unfolding balconies to the sea on both the port and starboard sides.
Twin MTU 16V2000M96L diesel engines provide a top speed of 19 knots, a cruising speed of 14 knots and a range of 3,600 nautical miles at a range speed of 10 knots.
EIV is now asking €33,900,000.Read More/EIV: On board Rossinavi's automotive-inspired 50 metre superyacht