Itama SeventyFive

  • Michael Verdon

Long, lithe, and fast, the Itama SeventyFive (+39.081.5378491, www.itama-yacht.com) was the most technically advanced yacht at this year’s Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show, where Itama made its debut in the U.S. market. Nicknamed "007.5" rel="nofollow" for its sophisticated James Bond–like gadgetry and rugged good looks, the SeventyFive sports twin 1,823-hp MTU engines paired with Arneson drives and reaches a top speed of 43 knots. The SeventyFive also has stylish details in the enormous cockpit, including a carbon-fiber hardtop; a table that expands by unfolding; a flat-screen television that rises from a cabinet; and movable lounges, upholstered in waterproof fabric, that slide together to form a 12-seat, horseshoe-shaped sofa.

The cabin is in a minimalist, contemporary Italian style, replete with light wood, white walls, and leather accents. Other nicely designed details include a fully equipped galley embellished with stainless steel, and an inviting lounge seat located conveniently next to the window in the master stateroom.

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