The yacht features the instantly recognisable curved silhouette from Nuovi Cantieri Apuania, who also completed the naval architecture and interior design.
Similar to the other models, the main deck on Viktoriia houses an outdoor lounge area and an elegant dining room which remains separated from the added living space. On the sundeck, the jacuzzi and wheelhouse offer excellent visibility while remaining seamlessly within the yacht's streamlined sides.
The vessel can accomodate eight guests within a full-beam owner's cabin, a VIP cabin and two guest cabins. Space for five additional crew members is located in the bow while the stern provides space to store various toys and tenders.
The EVO 120's debut in the south of the Arabian Peninsula notably represents the Group's continued commercial expansion within the Gulf Area.
At the beginning of this season, The Italian Sea Group launched its efforts with a newfound partnership alongside full-service yacht brokerage firm Blackorange Superyacht Experts, as well as Tecnomar's presence at the Automobili Lamborghini floating pop-up lounge in Doha, Qatar.
"We are thrilled with the commercial response our yachts are getting in this region," said Giovanni Costantino, Founder & CEO of The Italian Sea Group. "Our presence in the Middle East is establishing itself just as quickly as in the United States."