Alpha Custom Yachts has debuted a new 42.60 metre trideck concept named Spritz 140. The yacht has been penned inside and out by Italian designer Giorgio Cassetta with naval architecture by Laurent Giles.
The exterior of the yacht is defined by a near-vertical bow and vast expanses of glass for a modern profile. Each level of the tri-deck features an outdoor social area with al fresco dining and lounge areas as well as a beach club with a swimming platform offering direct access to the water.
Other outdoor features include a drinks bar, barbecue grill and a deck shower for washing off saltwater after a day in the sea. The bow offers storage for three Jet Skis, which can be deployed with a crane.
Inside, the interiors are light and airy thanks to the vast windows. On board spaces are finished in a contemporary style with metallic and marble finishes paired with light wood joinery, but owners can chose from a variety of templates for their preferred interior and exterior colour schemes.
Accommodations can host up to 12 guests in six cabins and there is room for 11 crew in six cabins. For formal entertaining, there is a dining table for 12 guests and a wine cellar in the main saloon. Other features include a dedicated gym space with private access from the master cabin.
Powered by MAN V12 1,650hp engines, the Spritz 140 can reach top speeds of 16.5 knots with a cruising range of 3,300 nautical miles at 10 knots.
According to the Milan-based shipyard, production has already begun on the series. The Spritz 140 shortly follows the announcement of a 35 metre Spritz 116 model which joined the line-up earlier this month.