Less than a year after Tecnomar reorganized its model lineup, it has signed three new contracts for three different megayachts in its Tecnomar Alloy 5083 series.
Specifically, Tecnomar signed contracts for an Impero 45, an Impero 40, and a Regale 33. The Impero 45 features a steel hull and aluminum superstructure, while the other two yachts are all aluminum.
Measuring 45.5 meters (149 feet) LOA, the Impero 45 is intended to bring both military vessels and traditional yachts to mind, via a blend of stylistic elements of each. Boasting a reported 6,000-nautical-mile range, the yacht is expected to cruise at 16.5 knots, with 1,900-hp Caterpillar engines. Though Tecnomar didn’t release specifics of the interior design for this contract, the Impero 45 can include five to seven staterooms, for 14 people.
Tecnomar also didn’t release specifics on the Impero 40 contract, though computer-generated renderings reveal she’s a somewhat scaled-down version of the Impero 45.
At 33.65 meters (110 feet), the Regale 33, pictured above, may be even smaller, but she’s intended to make no less of an impression. The reported 33-knot top end, courtesy of 2,400-hp MTUs, certainly helps in this regard. The owner’s party of eight can enjoy the beach club, formed when the transom garage door is folded down and the RIB stowed in there is offloaded. They also get an open sundeck, with plenty of space for sunning and dining.