The naval architect Federico Fiorentino and the 26-year-old Italian shipyard Eurocraft have joined forces to create the 141-foot planing yacht Eldoris, which combines Fiorentino’s characteristically unconventional yet elegant designs with Eurocraft’s renowned speed.
Eldoris, currently under construction in Vado Ligure, Italy, will boast a 30-knot top speed, thanks to twin 3,648 hp diesel engines and an even more impressive 24-knot cruise speed, while the engineers also paid particular attention to keeping the superyacht quiet with minimal vibrations at high speeds. The yacht’s sleek, aggressive profile—built entirely of aluminum meant to complement and enhance the planing hull’s high performance—includes a large top deck with a hot tub and provides ample socializing space on the bow. On the main deck is a large table and bar for alfresco dining.
Inside Eldoris, the trideck layout is fully customizable and features a full-beam owner’s suite, four staterooms that can sleep 10 guests, and quarters for a crew of seven. Oversize windows let in natural light, and large open spaces with generous headroom abound throughout. Anticipated completion is scheduled for early next year. (eurocraft.it)