The Italian Sea Group (TISG) has confirmed the sale of a new 73-metre superyacht from its GC-Force series.
The model, to be built under the Admiral brand, has been commissioned by an American owner and the sale was finalised through Michael Tabor and Brandon Kummer at Kitson Yachts.
An evolution of the 50-metre C-Force series, which includes Ouranos and Life Saga II, the project has been created by TISG's in-house design team and will be built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Amidships are double-height glass panels that break up the superstructure with side decks removed to provide uninterrupted views.
The four-deck model will offer a six-cabin layout with an additional nine cabins for crew members. Delivery is scheduled for 2026.
"This important order finalised in the U.S. confirms the validity of our development path in the American market for large yachts, consolidating TISG's position as a global player of reference in the megayacht segment," said Giovanni Costantino, founder and CEO of the Italian Sea Group. "Admiral GC-Force represents a considerable milestone achieved thanks to the Group's signature professionalism and the high quality profile of our yachts, which are globally recognised."
The GC-Force 73 will join a number of projects currently under construction at the Italian Sea Group under the Admiral brand including the 98-metre future flagship Project Titanium and the 82-metre Project Galileo, both of which are due for delivery in 2025.