Running at 65 metres in length and featuring a gross tonnage of 1,400, M/Y Resilience offers durability and lighter weight with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.
ISA Yachts has confirmed the model features six cabins alongside a convertible seventh and a full-beam owner’s suite located forward of the main deck.
Also included are two swimming pools – one with a countercurrent swimming system, gym, massage room, Turkish bath, outdoor cinema. The model also comes with two jet skis and two additional tenders.
The model itself, alongside its interiors, was designed by Enrico Gobbi of the Italian yacht and residential design studio Team for Design.
“M/Y Resilience is a project in which we have invested a lot and which fills us with enormous pride,” said Palumbo Superyachts CEO Giuseppe Palumbo on the news of the successful launch.
“I thank the owner and his family who have given us their trust and, by christening their yacht with this name, have expressed a feeling that has seen us all united and resilient against the pandemic.
“This superyacht will surprise for the Italian taste it expresses, for the refinement in the exterior and interior details and for the technological innovations implemented.”
M/Y Resilience will make its official debut at the 2021 Monaco Yacht Show, scheduled to commence on 22 September.