First announced at the Monaco Yacht Show 2023, the largest entry is the 50-metre Admiral explorer Project Adventure, which TISG founder and CEO Giovanni Costantino called "unusual and innovative" in its design and expedition capacities.
The yacht has a distinctive glass segment in the bow and a pod-style feature on the aft deck, giving it a completely different look and feel to Admiral's current explorer flagship, Planet Nine.
Found in the bow, the master cabin has direct access to a private sundeck and offers far-flung views thanks to large windows cantilevered onto the hull. A fully customisable stern area is equipped with a glass-bottomed swimming pool and foldable gunwales, while the sundeck has the wheelhouse, captain's cabin and a touch-and-go helipad.
On the Tecnomar side, TISG has presented the "strongly sporty" 47-metre Project T-Evo 155. The beach area has been described as innovative with an oversized stern window and two folding doors for direct access to the sea – allowing for "360-degree liveability between the inside and outside".
Up on the sundeck is a large bar and sunbathing area with a stern swimming pool, complemented by another sunbathing and pool area in the bow. The latter can be converted into a dining area with 180-degree ocean views. The interiors are characterised by two lounges on the main deck and five cabins for guest accommodation.
Another Tecnomar, Project C-133 will be a 40-metre multihull that will draw similarities to radical catamaran This Is It. The focus will be on maximising Project C-133's external spaces, which measure over 300 square metres. This involves "exploiting" the two hulls, the internal gunwales and two folding side doors to create a 16-metre-long swimming platform. Approximately 70 square metres of solar panels will be integrated on the yacht's superstructure arches and hardtop.
“The launch of these three new projects gives us new stimuli and motivation to start 2024 with great enthusiasm," said TISG founder and CEO Giovanni Costantin. "We have set ourselves even more challenging objectives and thanks to the validity of our strategies and the innovative projects we are developing, I am sure that the nautical world will continue to reward us."
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