Scheduled for delivery in 2023 the yacht will join her sistership Geco, which was the first in the series. An additional S-Force, known as Project 600, is also under construction at the yard and is due to hit the water in 2024.Read More/Geco: On board the 55m baby-blue Admiral superyacht
Designed in-house the tri-deck yacht has six cabins, including an owner’s suite, VIP cabin and four additional guest cabins. There is also accommodation for up to 11 crew.
The yacht has a “fluid and sinuous” design, with an emphasis on creating a natural flow between interior and exterior spaces. This is particularly evident on the upper deck where retractable glass doors separate the upper salon, outdoor salon, and dining area.
Another of the yacht’s standout areas is its innovative beach club, which includes high sided glazed walls to shelter guests from the wind. There is also a vast sunbathing platform, where a bathing ladder provides direct access to the sea.
Additional features include a touch and go helipad area forward and a bespoke Jacuzzi on the sun deck.
Giuseppe Taranto, vice chairman and chief customer officer of The Italian Sea Group said the sale confirmed “the appreciation of the market” for the group’s superyachts. “In a market that is growing again, The Italian Sea Group wants to continue to be one of the main players in the world,” he added.
The sale, which was finalised at the end of last year, marks the continuation of a busy period for Admiral, which launched its flagship yacht 75 metre Kenshō in November 2021.