Fincantieri Yachts has revealed a 70 metre “new generation” superyacht concept named Blanche.
Designed by Fincantieri Yachts with Italian designer Gabriele Teruzzi, the yacht concept combines “luxury, design and function”, resulting in “timeless beauty with a strong Italian imprint.”
The aim of the design was the dismiss any “unnecessary complexity” to maximise space on board, the yard said.
Large living spaces inside the vast 1,535GT interior include a master suite and terrace totalling 190 square metres, both of which are surrounded by full height windows. The wellness area meanwhile measures 126 square metres.
Accommodation on board is for 14 guests in seven cabins while the crew quarters accommodates a total of 17 crew.
Elsewhere, Blanche has a 12 metre beam, draft of 3.3 metres and range of 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.
It comes after the superyacht division of the Fincantieri Group presented the 80.8 metre naval inspired concept Vis at last year’s Monaco Yacht Show.