The Italian Sea Group (TISG) has announced a new 40-metre superyacht series that will sit among Admiral's line of semi-custom models. The first unit is known as Quaranta, with highlights that include an aluminium hull "to minimise fuel consumption", a shallow draught and a flexible internal layout that makes the motor yacht "ideal for a clientele interested in chartering", particularly in the Caribbean.
Accommodation is across six guest cabins, two of which are dedicated to the owner – one located on the main deck, and a more spacious one on the upper deck. The latter has exclusive access thanks to an external staircase. Interiors are envisioned as "sporty and youthful", characterised by curves, soft surfaces and a "welcoming [...] discreet atmosphere".
On the main deck, the large saloon will feature three full-height windows, a living-dining space and a "technologically advanced" game area. Meanwhile, the aft deck is dominated by a full-beam staircase (described as the yacht's "signature" by TISG), followed by a drawer-like platform hidden by the beach club that triples the surface area when extended, "allowing sea access typical of larger yachts".
"The Admiral Quaranta yacht was made possible thanks to the perfect synergy found with The A Group, to offer a 40-metre yacht that encompasses typical layout and comfort features usually only found on much larger yachts," said Giovanni Costantino, founder and CEO of TISG. "We have created a harmonious synergy at the core of this project thanks to our strong expertise in terms of design, quality and innovation."Read More/The Italian Sea Group reveals first renderings of Admiral and Tecnomar superyacht concepts