Even with all the explorer project proposals and builds going on worldwide, some buyers still like sleek, fast yachts. The Tecnomar Evo 120 just signed reflects that.
As a reminder, Tecnomar is one of several brands belonging to The Italian Sea Group. (The others include Admiral and the refit yard Nuovi Cantieri Apuania.) Nearly 300 yachts afloat carry the Tecnomar name, all delivered since 1987. Currently, Tecnomar concentrates on megayachts to 164 feet (50 meters).
As for the Evo series, it’s just a few years old. Each one of the models is a sport yacht, with low-slung looks and a good turn of speed to match. They’re available in either fiberglass or aluminum construction, too. The all-aluminum Tecnomar Evo 120 (37-meter) joins an Evo 115 (35-meter) announced two years ago. Like other sport yachts, this 120 has spaces outside to keep sun worshippers happy. In particular, there’s a big sunpad on the foredeck, with another one on the aft deck. The latter sunpad is perched partially over the swim platform, too. Of course, there’s yet another sun-lounging space, up on the flying bridge. If you look closely at the hot tub situated aft up there, you’ll see pads surrounding it.
Unfortunately, other than revealing four staterooms are onboard, The Italian Sea Group has not released other details about the Tecnomar Evo 120. However, in general, the Evo series provides buyers a choice of four or five staterooms. Interestingly, though, the shipyard will alter the configurations, for a more customized semi-custom build. The above-mentioned Evo 115, for example, has just three staterooms.
The shipyard also hasn’t indicated what the megayacht’s performance will be. But, perhaps the Evo 115 can provide a clue. Under MTU power, it should see a 27-knot top speed. It’s probably safe to assume the new yacht will have a helm station on the flying bridge, like her smaller sister.