Vincenzo Poerio, well-experienced in the superyacht sector, is now part of the management team at Tankoa Yachts. He is taking on the role as joint Chief Executive Officer, alongside Euro Contenti, who is also CEO. Global yachting customers, particularly Americans, who comprise the largest percentage of yacht owners and buyers worldwide, surely recognize Poerio’s name.
It may seem strange to emphasize that Luca Vallebona took a practical approach in creating the lines for the Tankoa TLV62 concept. However, not every designer does this. In fact, a lot of megayacht concept designs come with excessive, even over-the-top features solely to turn heads. By contrast, this 205-footer (62.5-meter) reflects the casual lifestyle
Plenty of owners are enthusiastic about seeing their yachts take shape. The owner of Bintador, however, may have taken that enthusiasm to an entirely new level. According to Giuseppe Mazza, Tankoa Yachts’ sales and business manager, he visited the facility in Genoa, Italy every 15 days. From incorporating custom art to arranging rooms in quite
The next Tankoa Yachts project carries, appropriately enough, a name with “Next” in it. She’s the Next 70, a 230-footer (70-meter) that additionally offers buyers something intriguing. Three superstructure designs are available, to ensure distinctly different-looking yachts. All the while, they employ the same technical platform. Like the first two deliveries from Tankoa, namely Suerte
The megayacht previously known as S502 Elettra, in honor of her hybrid-propulsion package, has launched. Now called the Tankoa S501 Hybrid, she is a first for the Italian builder, while still retaining family aspects from prior launches. She has family familiarity because the S501 Hybrid employs naval architecture and styling similar to that of Vertige,
If this is the year you promised yourself you’d do something audacious and exciting, you’re in for a treat. Several new charter yachts are doing the same thing. Some are traveling to destinations about as remote and removed from crowds as you can find. In other cases, they’re chartering in perennially popular ports, but bringing