12 October 2023
The Italian Sea Group (TISG has reported a successful appearance at the 32nd Monaco Yacht Show, which took place from 27 to 30 September 2023 in Port Hercule.
During the four-day show, TISG released details of several upcoming projects and collaborations, while previewing six of its newly launched vessels to attendees from all the group’s brands.
The Italian Sea Group is a global luxury yacht operator and is active in the construction and refitting of motor yachts and sailing yachts up to 140 metres.
Headed by Italian entrepreneur Giovanni Costantino, the company operates in the market with the brands Admiral, renowned for its elegant yachts; Tecnomar, known for high performance; Perini Navi, esteemed for the design and construction of large sailing yachts; and Picchiotti, a historic Italian nautical brand with classic, elegant lines.
The vessels on display were as follows.
This 47-metre aluminium sailing catamaran, among the largest in the world, had the honour of hosting on board Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Carolina of Monaco.
This 43-metre motor catamaran was among the show’s stars due to its innovative and futuristic design.
A 55-metre motor yacht that charmed visitors with its Giorgio Armani-designed interior.
An award-winning 75-metre yacht said to redefine the boundaries of space, distribution and luxury on superyachts.
The group also showed two models from the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 project.
During the group’s press conference, held on September 26 at the Yacht Club de Monaco, The Italian Sea Group presented three new projects and announced an important collaboration with Studio Fuksas and Luca Dini for the design of motor yacht Sea Flower.
Sea Flower is an 80-metre Admiral displacement superyacht with innovative features, which the group says will “dictate new standards for architecture and yachting.”
Studio Fuksas says Sea Flower‘s interiors “propose a new concept of experiencing the sea” and a design inspired by nature, particularly the marine ecosystem.
The shipyard also revealed details of an “unusual and innovative” 50-metre Admiral explorer yacht named Project Adventure, suitable for expeditions to remote locations.
The final two additions to the fleet are under the Tecnomar brand: Project C-133 and the 47-metre Project T-Evo 155.