Italian shipyard Tankoa has unveiled details of Project S531 and S532, two new 53m motoryachts styled by Francesco Paszkowski.
Both are based on the same 53-metre platform with a beam of 10.3m. They are also similar in design.
Project S531 features oversized glass windows on both main and upper decks. Amenities onboard include a TV room, a bar and a lounge with floor to ceiling windows.
The VIP and the owner’s suite occupy the entire wide body section of the main deck. The later is equipped with sides, fold out terraces.
The centre section of the main deck is for the full size galley, lobby, staircase and crew circulation areas including their dedicated stairwell.
Configuration for the aft deck considers the installation of a hot-tub. The lower deck is divided in two sections. The aft part for three VIP suites and one guest. Aft of the engine room is the tender garage (7,5m ) and the beach club.
The flybridge offers approximately 160sq m space and can be designed according to client’s requirements.
The shipyard has completed technical assessment of all the elements entering in the construction of S531, including naval architecture. The project is ready to start with delivery time set at 26 month from contract.
The yacht is expected to be equipped with twin MTU 1.380 kW, maximum speed of 16,5 knots and cruising speed of 14 knots with a range of 4,000nm.
Project S532 yacht has been developed to have larger internal volume, almost like a 60/62m yachts, in a shorter size.
Her layout includes two masters suite and a VIP suite. Crew quarters are found on the lower deck alongside the galley and mess. The aft features two guests cabins and a gym or a third guest suite.
The tender bay is located aft of the engine room and is converted in a beach club when the tender is launched.
The upper deck offers the same wheelhouse as S531 but with a larger aft section equally surrounded by floor to ceiling windows.
This is layout proposal that can be amendeded to client’s requests.
Propulsion is provided by Twin CAT 3512 / 1.900 kW for expected maximum speed of 18 knots and cruising speed of 15 knots with a range of 4,000nm.