“The new generation wants 20 friends, the best chef, a DJ—everything at their fingertips,” says Alberto Mancini.
From yachts that run on hydrogen fuel cells to a vessel with a bonkers new sailing rig, these designs may well be the future of yachting.
The superyacht show is seeing a comeback after a year off, with perfect weather, strong attendance, multiple launches and record demand for yachts.
The Tankoa Sportiva is also ignoring the trend of supersizing the interior. “A yacht should be functional and beautiful,” says the yard’s CEO.
The latest delivery from Tankoa is en route to the Côte d’Azur where she will spend her first season.
Launched on Saturday, the 164-foot ‘Olokun’ will turn heads with its gleaming black hull and gray superstructure.
She’s got the soul of a megayacht.
Living up to her name, “Solo” could be a model for the future of sustainable yacht design.
There are few visual barriers between the guests and the sea.