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Designs for X Lence and C Force superyacht lines unveiled by Admiral Tecnomar

Italian yacht building group Admiral Tecnomar has revealed designs for two showcase superyacht lines, explorer yacht-inspired X Lence and elegant motor yacht C Force.

Jure Bukavec, founder of Slovenian studio Uniellé Yacht Design, penned the two lines, which are based on the same hull and engineering and both include 45m, 57m and 65m lengths. C Force could also be produced as a 75m.

‘X Lence came out from the traditional explorer yacht,’ says Bukavec, ‘but while an explorer is traditionally very ship-like, rough, we wanted to a nicer, good looking yacht. It has all the advantages of an explorer, but it’s more stylish and uses open space, with a swimming pool and nice outdoor areas.’

X Lence features wide windows, generous terraces, stylish external areas for socialising and a large swimming pool. The hulls of both lines could be made ice–classed and given long ranges, ‘especially the 45m’, says Bukavec.

The designer describes C Force as ‘a bit more traditional’, with smooth, sporty lines. At the stern the large beach club has two tilting swimming platforms, while there are glass passageways, glass floor inserts and full-height windows in the main and upper deck saloons that flood the interior with light.

‘You have contact with the outdoor space as much as possible,’ says Bukavec, ‘your view is not bothered with bulwarks or the edges of the window. There are also sliding doors to the main deck so you can just open them and step out.’

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