Vento Yachts has unveiled a 25.8-metre sports model called the Vento 85 X-One. According to the shipyard, construction will begin at the end of December with delivery slated for the end of 2024.
Her broad lines, muscular profile and advanced composite construction are owed to Turkish studio Pose Yacht Design – who also completed the yacht's engineering.
Accommodation is across one master and three guest cabins, with additional space for one crew member. While full interior details are yet to be disclosed, her interiors will be styled by Curio Yacht Studio. Initial renderings reveal a laid-back, minimalist aesthetic with low-profile furniture and a colour palette of grey and blue.
The yacht's aft deck is the main communal space, able to be extended via the unfolding transom and wings. The area features sunloungers and deck chairs, with armchairs and a coffee table at its centre. Through the beach club's semi-opaque doors, an L-shaped settee and sit-up bar provide a sheltered place to gather. There is also storage for a RIB tender and Jet Ski.
Powered by three Volvo Penta engines, the Vento 85 X-One can reach a maximum speed of 37 knots and cruising speed of 28 knots. If the owner opts for a two-engine arrangement, the maximum speed is estimated at around 27 knots.
Her very limited draft (0.95 metres) also allows the model to navigate shallower bays and anchorages, as found in the Bahamas and Caribbean.