Antonini Navi has announced the sale of a custom superyacht known as Seamore 33. Commissioned by an experienced Italian sailor (who has also chartered in the past), it is scheduled for launch in spring 2025.
The 33-metre yacht is the first to be based on a new, custom steel concept by Hydro Tec, who is also responsible for its sporty lines and high, dominant bow.
Interiors will be styled by serial collaborator Hot Lab, with an initial rendering revealing the use of teak woods and a delicate, pastel palette with sage green furnishings. "Care and attention are lavished on every detail, transforming the interiors into an instant classic that, while being state-of-the-art, reflects a timeless beauty that will never go out of fashion," explained Hot Lab's Enrico Lumini.
The main deck has an impressive 150 square metres of open air space, much of which can be closed off (if needed) by sliding pocket windows that are fitted flush with the deck. This is joined by a further 160 square metres on the upper deck, with 50-odd metres shaded by the hardtop.
"We are immensely proud of the success Antonini Group is achieving in the luxury yacht sector," said shipyard CEO Simone Antonini. "The recent sale of two custom superyachts by Antonini Navi testifies to the commitment and vision of our Group. Special thanks go to our employees and partners, whose tireless work has made this extraordinary achievement possible."
The Seamore 33 will make its debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival in 2025.
This announcement comes "just 40 days" after another Antonini Navi sale – a fully custom, 32-metre explorer yacht.Read More/Keel laid on Antonini Navi's fully custom 32m explorer yacht Hanaa