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6 of the best Italian Sea Group superyachts

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To celebrate the interview with Italian Sea Group's Laura Giugiaro in the September issue of Boat International, we've picked six of the best superyachts launched sincethe yard was formed in 2013.

The first Italian Sea Group superyacht of our selection is the award-winning Admiral Impero 37 _Nono. _

The judges of the World Superyacht Awards 2015 gave a big “yes, yes!” to Nono, when she won the competitive semi-displacement or planning two-deck motor yacht of 30m to 37.99m category.

The yachts in this class were all high-performance, and Nono is no slouch, capable of a top speed of 53 knots, but it’s her ability to operate as either semi-displacement or displacement yacht – allowing for 3,200 nautical miles in displacement mode – that really wowed the judges.

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