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News: Admiral Sells 55M S-Force

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  1. 55-meter Admiral S-Force Superyacht Sold
    It is the opening day of the 2018 edition of the Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) and as expected news is already coming out of the show concerning new sales. A 55-meter S-Force class yacht from Admiral Yachts (member of the Italian Sea Group). The yard only released a dark partial reveal render of the yacht so we will show that last and look at a couple renders of another slight variant of the 55-meter S-Force.
  2. Gian Marco Campanino from Admiral is responsible for the exterior design of this yacht giving it a sportive but mature appearance at the same time. Admiral /Italian Sea Group will also be undertaking the interior design work. It is expected that guest accommodation will be for twelve when completed. A full beam master suite is going to be on the main deck and a full beam VIP suite on the lower deck.
  3. The all-aluminium superyacht will be fitted with CAT power, a pair of CAT C32 Acert diesels to be precise. Top speed is anticipated to be in the area of 18-knots. The new owner won't have horribly long to wait on their new yacht as the delivery has been slated for early 2020. "We are extremely proud to have sold this yacht that will definitely take Admiral to the next level, reaffirming the positive trend of the Group," said Giuseppe Taranto, Vice Chairman of the Italian Sea Group. "This 55-metre project will surely catch the eye thanks to her unique and captivating design totally developed in-house. We are also very happy of our state-of-the-art shipyard’s production in Carrara-Italy with most of the constructions exceeding 50 meters in length."

    For more information:

    Admiral Yachts
    Viale Colombo, 4bis
    54033 Marina di Carrara (MS) – Italy
    www.admiralyachts.it

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