The raised pilothouse model, which was unveiled at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September 2021, is being built on speculation at the shipyard's Adria facility and is listed for sale with Filippo Rossi at Floating Life.
The 32 metre superyacht model has been designed by Hydro Tec engineer Sergio Cutolo and will be constructed from aluminium alloy and stainless steel. According to the yard, the lines are “fierce and contemporary” with the design “inspired by fast patrol vessels.”
Michele Zorzenon, CEO of Vittoria Yachts, commented that the concept was developed in just four short months and “originates from a eureka moment at the pier: combining speed with high-quality materials.”
The project has been designed with a vertical bow, low profile wheelhouse and raised gunwale to create a “masculine” and “imposing” look, and to help create a more private and contained environment when on board.
Due for delivery in winter 2024, stand out features include a vast sundeck with a Jacuzzi aft, with an al fresco dining table and sun pads that stretch down into the foredeck.
Her main deck is characterised by natural light that floods in through large windows port and starboard. A full beam master’s suite is found forward of her galley and dining table for up to ten guests. The main saloon is situated aft, hosting a large sofa and three armchairs, while leading through to an al fresco dining space on her aft deck.
Accommodation is for ten guests in five cabins comprising a main deck owner’s suite and two VIP suites and two twin cabins located on the lower deck. Crew quarters for a team of six are found forward.
With power coming from twin MAN diesel engines, she will have an estimated top speed of 20 knots and a cruising range of 1,800 nautical miles at a speed of 15 knots.
The Veloce 32 RPH is asking €10,600,000 with VAT paid.