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Panorama: The Italian Sea Group presents new 50m Admiral yacht

12 September 2022• Written by Katia Damborsky

The Italian Sea Group (TISG) has announced a new 50 metre superyacht concept called Panorama. The yacht features design from Treviso-based studio Piredda & Partners and is set to be built at the group's Carrara shipyard under the Admiral brand.

Panorama will feature a steel hull, aluminium superstructure and a gross tonnage of 499GT. The design team has focused on creating a continuous connection between the interior and exterior by eliminating visual barriers, using high overheads where possible and ensuring plenty of natural light can filter from the outside in.

The result is a “natural dialogue” between spaces, which is complemented by a mix of precious natural materials such as pale wood, stone and rough metal.

Kenshō is the yard's current flagship
Credit: Vanderwalt Productions

Accommodation is offered for 12 guests across six cabins comprising four main deck suites and a lower deck VIP that can be converted into a TV room if necessary. The owner’s suite is found on the upper deck and enjoys an open view on three sides thanks to curved glass, with access to a private bow deck.

“The key to Panorama's success lies in the perfect combination of an impeccable, modern and well-balanced, aesthetic with the strength of a courageous concept that guides every design choice,” said Nicolò Piredda, creative director of Piredda & Partners. “This was possible thanks to the collaboration and visionary approach of The Italian Sea Group”.

TISG has been able to create its latest Admiral concept thanks to its recent acquisition of Perini Navi, which has allowed a “significant increase in production capacity”, according to Giovanni Costantino, founder and CEO of TISG.

“With project Panorama, Admiral, like Picchiotti, also enters the serial production segment, always maintaining the highest quality and obsessive attention to the details when it comes to systems and interiors,” explained Costantino.

“Serial production will allow us to expand sales while avoiding the involvement of the group's engineering capacity dedicated to large custom-made yachts. Despite the seriality we remain faithful to our strategy, that is the production of each single yacht started only when sold and without exchanges”.

News of the new concept comes shortly after Admiral delivered its current flagship, the 75 metre Kenshō.

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