08 February 2024
The Italian Sea Group has unveiled details of the new Quaranta project, marking the debut of the 40-metre superyacht range within the Admiral fleet.
The Italian Sea Group (TISG) says the project, developed in collaboration between Monaco-based studio The A Group and TISG’s Centro Stile, signifies a new step in its expansion by introducing a new 40-metre production line among the semi-custom Admiral models.
“The Admiral Quaranta yacht was made possible thanks to the perfect synergy found with The A Group, to offer a 40-metre yacht that encompasses typical layout and comfort features usually only found on much larger yachts,” says Giovanni Costantino, Founder and Chief Executive of The Italian Sea Group.
“We have created a harmonious synergy at the core of this project thanks to our strong expertise in terms of design, quality and innovation.”
The style of the exterior lines is contemporary and modern, with softer lines alternating with more distinct and marked straight lines.
TISG says the Quaranta motor yacht is ideal for a clientele interested in chartering, both in the Mediterranean and, in particular, the Caribbean, thanks to its shallow draft and flexible internal layout.
The interiors feature six guest cabins, two of which are dedicated to the owner, one located on the main deck and a more spacious one on the upper deck. The latter, with exclusive access via an off-centre external staircase, guarantees maximum privacy and lots of outdoor spaces entirely dedicated to the owner.
On the main deck, a large salon houses the living-dining area and a technologically advanced game area, with three full-height windows framing the landscape, flooding the space with natural light.
The traditional beach club platform conceals an additional platform that, extending like a drawer, triples the surface area, allowing sea access typical of larger yachts.
The interiors of this new line are envisioned as an ‘expression of sporty and youthful elegance’ that ‘dialogues perfectly with the exterior style’, according to TISG.
In addition, the superyacht’s aluminium hull is designed to help minimise fuel consumption.