A new naval inspired 80.8 metre superyacht concept named Vis was revealed by Fincantieri Yachts in Monaco. Designed in collaboration with Francesco Paszkowski, the 80.8 metre design includes folding out terraces, wide panoramic social areas and striking hexagonal shaped solar panels which shade the wheelhouse bridge. The six deck yacht has accommodation for a total of 14 guests in seven guest cabins.
Superyacht designer Espen Øino has teamed up with Wally founder Luca Bassani to develop a 50 metre motor yacht named the 165 Wallypower. Designed for owners intending to cruise the Mediterranean, the 165 Wallypower incorporates “Wally DNA” with a “sharp, angular look”. The 499GT interior includes accommodation for a total of 10 guests.
A new range of Falcon Rig sailing yachts inspired by the Maltese Falcon were unveiled by Perini Navi at the Monaco Yacht Show. Available in 56 metre, 64 metre, 72 metre, 80 metre and 92 metre models, the range pairs the aerodynamic efficiency of the Falcon Rig sail plan with new generation winches for simpler operation and easy handling.
The first model in Heesen’s new 5700 Aluminium class Project Akira was introduced at Monaco. Exterior design comes courtesy of Omega Architects while interior design is by Harrison Eidsgaard. Accommodation is for a total of 12 guests in a six guest cabins. The crew quarters meanwhile allows for a staff of 13.
RMK Marine has partnered with Italian design studio Hot Lab on this 65 metre steel and aluminium concept. The concept is loosely based on the RMK58 but features “a sportier look and vertical bow”. Key features include a five metre long infinity pool and lounge area on the main deck. The 1300GT interior meanwhile has ample accommodation for 14 guests in seven cabins.
Italian yard Tankoa Yachts has teamed up with superyacht designer Francesco Paszkowski ton the 70 metre concept named Next70. Following on from the 69.3 metre Suerte and 72 metre Solo, the S702 has a vertical bow and extensive forward glazing. Owners will be offered the choice of three different superstructures while other exterior details include glazed side bulwarks for uninterrupted sea views.
Described as an evolution of Turquoise Yachts’ 74 metre line, Amor features exterior design by A. Vallicelli & Co and interior design by Hot Lab. Key exterior details include large vertical windows on the forward full beam and a stretched series of windows along the main deck.