Stand out design features include a main deck that hosts a dining area and separated living area, while an infinity pool features alongside the wheelhouse on the sun deck.
Accommodation is for up to seven guests, comprising of one full-beam eight-metre owner’s cabin, one VIP cabin and one guest cabin.Read More/Spotlight: Tecnomar Evo 120
The dedicated crew quarters meanwhile sit in the bow, while the stern hosts storage for tenders of up to 4.5 metres.
Powered by twin MTU 12V2000 M96L diesel engines, the superyacht tops out at 21 knots with a cruising speed of 19 knots.
Speaking about the model, the yard said: “The aluminium superstructure and hull underlines the brand’s concern for the environment while maintaining an aerodynamic aesthetic.”
The fifth hull in the series is currently in-build, with a delivery date slated for 2022.