Tremenda may not look tremendous compared to last month’s launches at The Italian Sea Group. But she is surely a tremendous achievement in her owner’s eyes.
Tremenda, 125 feet (38 meters) LOA, splashed at the shipyard on April 22. This, following Quinta Essentia and Ouranos as launches, measuring 180 feet (55 meters) and 164 feet (50 meters).
Tremenda is mostly noteworthy, though, for being the third yacht in The Italian Sea Group’s Impero series. Her predecessors: Cacos V, from 2013, and Nono, from 2014. She is therefore all aluminum and a raised-pilothouse design. She is also therefore engineered for shallow-water cruising, a must for the owner. Caribbean and U.S. travels are on his itinerary, after this summer in the Med. The Italian Sea Group says her top speed should exceed 20 knots, too.
The strong styling by Luca Dini Design is paired with equally strong looks inside. Tremenda has high-gloss and matte-finished dark woods from her four guest staterooms on up. Marble and leather cover some surfaces, too. Large panes of glass along the main deck, including in the master, keep things from seeming too dark. The master’s ports are, on a related side note, larger than those of Cacos V and Nono. Even the galley, below in the crew’s quarters, has good-size ports. The interior design aboard Tremenda is by Gian Marco Campanino and The Italian Sea Group’s in-house team.
Upon delivery, Tremenda will be used privately. The owner and guests will likely indulge in the beach club and a bow lounge, among other alfresco areas.
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