The fourth megayacht in The Italian Sea Group’s Impero series is set for sea trials soon. She’s Sage, the fourth in the series within four years. The 131-foot (40-meter) Impero series bears strong, sharp styling by Luca Dini Design. Sage follows in the footsteps of, in chronological order, Cascos V, Nono, and Tremenda. The all-aluminum
With a name like Antarctica, this yacht makes it clear she’s not for occasional cruises in the usual places. Originally known as Admiral Project 575, she’s in build at The Italian Sea Group. Furthermore, she can be yours next year. In fact, she’s set for launch next February. Antarctica has a steel hull complying with
If you got a second chance to do something, what would you do? If you’re like most yacht owners, you’d probably build a bigger yacht. You might even return to the same shipyard. The owner of Ouranos did both of those. He stepped up not just in size, however, but also in creature comforts, including
Even with megayachts spanning dozens of size ranges, most buyers seek projects around the 130-foot mark. That’s one of the client bases that The Italian Sea Group and IYC wish to attract with the Vetta 40 range. In LOAs from 121 to 131 feet, the all-aluminum designs offer a number of other features buyers should
An all-aluminum megayacht measuring 174 feet isn’t light as a feather. But, Piuma (Italian for “feather”) is meant to leave as little impact as possible on the territories she touches. Piuma, in build at The Italian Sea Group, is among the biggest boats under the shipyard’s Admiral brand. She’s also its latest with hybrid propulsion.
Asian yacht enthusiasts will have a little slice of Italy to admire in a few years. The Italian Sea Group is building a megayacht for its first buyer from the region. She’s an EVO 115 model, part of a new Tecnomar planing-yacht series called EVO. The EVO series features both fiberglass and aluminum projects. The