Italian shipyard Tankoa Yachts has announced two new yacht concepts, the S531 and S532.
Both 53m long and based on the same platform but with unique design features, the yachts were designed by architect Francesco Paszowski and are currently for sale through Yacht-Ology. Both yachts have a transatlantic range of 4,000nm but slightly varying main engines. The S531 offers twin MTU 1.380 kW engines and a top speed of 16.5 knots, whereas the S532 has a CAT 1.900 kW engine and a top speed of 18 knots.
In terms of design, both the S531 and S532 incorporate steel hulls and light alloy superstructures. However, the S531 offers the amenities of a larger yacht in a smaller sized package, and a layout which includes oversized glass windows on both the main and upper decks. The S532 then focuses on the internal volume typically seen on a 60m yacht.
For VIP guests, the S531 includes a large VIP and owner’s suites on its main deck, with three further cabins and a guest cabin on the lower deck. The S532 offers two master suites, and a VIP cabin on the main deck, as well as an impressive panoramic sky lounge with full height glass.
For crew, there is generous space on the lower deck and five crew cabins as well as a dedicated galley and mess area. The captain’s cabin is then located on the upper deck, adjacent to the wheel-house.
Delivery time is currently 26 months from start to completion, according to technical assessment.
For more information, visit Tankoa Yachts.