17 January 2024
The Italian Sea Group has revealed details of three new projects under development by its in-house design team, Centro Stile.
The concepts, first announced in September 2023 during the Monaco Yacht Show, include the Admiral Explorer 50-metre Project Adventure, which is characterised by unusual shapes and volumes.
There’s also the Tecnomar 40-metre Cat 133 FT, offering a futuristic design based on the recently launched M/Y This Is It. And finally, the Tecnomar 46-metre Evo 155, an evolution of the Evo line.
“In recent years, we have had an interesting journey, enriching ourselves with experience but remaining humble and with a great desire to do more, never ceasing to dream,” says Giovanni Costantino, founder and CEO of The Italian Sea Group.
“The launch of these three new projects gives us new stimuli and motivation to start 2024 with great enthusiasm.”
The Italian Sea Group (TISG) says Project Adventure is a new 50-metre Admiral Explorer under 499 gt built for exploration and adventure.
The fully customisable aft deck area on Project Adventure features a panoramic pool and foldable wings that increase the livable space on board. The forward VIP cabin has direct access to an outdoor reserved area and, thanks to large cantilevered windows on the hull, offers impressive views.
On the forward area of the dedicated deck, the owner can enjoy a large swimming pool with a glass bottom and a private sunbathing area.
Incorporated in the top deck, in addition to the wheelhouse and the captain’s cabin, is a touch-and-go area.
Project Adventure offers a total of six cabins, two guests on the lower deck, three VIP cabins on the main deck and the owner cabin on the upper deck.
Tecnomar Cat 133 FT is a sub-499 gt catamaran project with the same futuristic design as Tecnomar’s 43-metre This Is It, which debuted at Monaco 2023.
The new catamaran’s design, which was recalibrated to an LOA of 40 metres and the new volumes, have been studied to maximise the external spaces, which exceed 300 square metres.
TISG says the real added value is the study of the stern design, which uses two hulls, two internal wings and two foldable side doors to form a swimming platform that reaches a width of approximately 16 metres when fully opened.
The yacht’s external lines maintain all the features of This Is It, including the large glass surfaces. In line with the focus on green technology, approximately 70 square metres of solar panels will be integrated, both on the arches that link and design the side view of the yacht and on the hat of the sun deck.
The Tecnomar 155 FT project was inspired by the popular Tecnomar Evo line, both in terms of style and functionality.
The sporty yacht guarantees all the comforts that a length of 46 metres can offer without exceeding 499 gt. The beach area, with a large stern window, features two foldable doors that allow direct access to the sea and a connection with the external area, connecting exterior and interior spaces.
The spacious sun deck has a bar and a sunbathing area with a swimming pool. A swimming pool is also found in the extreme bow area on the upper deck, connected to a large sunbathing area. This space can be converted into a dining area with a 180-degree sea view.
The interiors are characterised by two large lounges on the full-beam main deck and two cabins, two guests on the lower deck, two VIP cabins on the main deck and the owner’s cabin on the same deck.
“[With these concepts], we have set ourselves even more challenging goals,” says Costantino.
“And thanks to the validity of our strategies and the innovative projects we are developing, I am confident that the yachting world will continue to reward us.”