It comes after the yacht hit the water during a private ceremony at the Rossinavi shipyard in Viareggio in June.
Project Vector 50 was commissioned by an American client in 2018, who was introduced to the shipyard by Dean Anthony of Allied Marine Superyacht Division. Dean Anthony was the owners representative and his project manager for the entire build process. The motor yacht features interior and exterior design penned by Enrico Gobbi's Team For Design with naval architecture courtesy of Arrabito Naval Architects.
The yard described the the yacht as featuring "neat lines" with "stylish details" that strike a balance between elegance and attitude. Details include air vent grills reminiscent of a "sport coupé car."
"The design of this large and unique sporting yacht boasts a well-proportioned and slender silhouette with long continuous glass surfaces," the yard added.
Accommodation on board is for 10 guests across five cabins comprising a forward-facing master suite on the main deck, with an intimate private terrace on the starboard side. Guest accommodation on the lower deck is split between a VIP cabin, which can be converted into two guest cabins, with a further two convertible double cabins. The crew quarters meanwhile allows for a staff of nine.
Elsewhere, Project Vector 50 features large saloons, sliding glass windows for natural light and a shallow draft for cruising in the Caribbean. A swimming pool sits on the sun deck, while a lift services all three decks.
The interior design meanwhile has been described as a "thoughtful mix of contemporary and modern". Materials includes onyx, leather and bronzed brass metal, with much of the furniture designed by Enrico Gobbi himself.
Power comes from a pair of MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines for a top speed of 19 knots and cruising speed of 15 knots with a range of 3,600 nautical miles.