Italian shipyard Vittoria Yachts will present a new series of superyachts called the Veloce 32 Raised Pilot House at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September 2021.
The 32 metre superyacht model has been designed and built by Hydro Tec engineer Sergio Cutolo, 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.”
Filippo Rossi, Vittoria Yachts’ new marketing and sales development manager, added: “We intend to cater to ship owners who want to progress to a higher quality of navigation, thanks to a vessel built with premium construction materials, while at the same time one that is able to maintain impressively high speeds."
Powered by twin MAN engines, Project Veloce can reach a top speed of 20 knots and offers a cruising range of 1,800 nautical miles at a speed of 15 knots.
The yacht has a characteristic profile, 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.
Able to cruise in any weather, Project Veloce offers a range of al fresco and indoor areas for dining and entertaining, including a generous sundeck with a canopy overhang and a dining room with a balcony to the outside.
Interiors are light and modern, with large windows for enjoying the views. Much of the interior furnishings, accessories and finishes have been provided by Poltrona Frau, marking the commencement of the partnership between Vittoria Yachts and the Italian interior brand.
The design for the project will be debuted at Cannes with construction expected to begin in October 2021.