Brazilian shipyard Inace has pulled the wraps off its new flagship. Named Aventura 164, the new model is set to begin construction in the coming months.
The design marks new territory for the builder, which has traditionally manufactured explorer-style models within the 24 to 40 metre size range.
The yacht’s exterior will be penned by Sergio Cutolo and the team at HydroTec, while interiors will be crafted by Italian studio Francesco Guida.
“We recently challenged Sergio Cutolo to design the ultimate 50 metre / 499GT motor yacht – a vessel for a client with a Mediterranean yachting lifestyle that also wants to take his big family around the world with comfort, safety and style,” said Flavio Constantino, director at Inace.
“This was sort of an exceptional request for a shipyard like us, specialized in sturdy explorer vessels but the client’s briefing was precise on the combination of our traditional seaworthiness with an elegant design,” he added.
The result is a spacious and elegant superyacht with around 700 square metres of living space and a solid 6,000 nautical mile range at 10 knots.
Onboard highlights include a pair of sizeable owners suites (one on the main deck forward and the second on the lower deck amidships) alongside four cabins, providing accommodation for up to 12 guests.
Alfresco living is well-catered to, with two swimming pools and a generous beach club complete with a sea platform with unfolding bulwarks that creates a great open-air living area. A tender garage will be able to accommodate a large tender and multiple toys.
Interiors will follow a contemporary theme, with a colour palette of black and ivory that’s accented by coffee tones. The result is “an interior décor with an ambience that reflects the meticulous taste of the owners added to the necessary coziness for long trips”.
Delivery is expected 30 months after construction begins.
It comes after the first Inace 90 made its debut at the Rio Boat Show.