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Tankoa Yachts unveils new 50-metre all-aluminium superyacht S501 feauturing light aluminium alloy

Tankoa Yachts S.p.A has reportedly introduced a new 50-metre all-aluminium superyacht S501. The yacht is nearing completing in Italy now after the relaxation of lockdown restrictions caused by the COVID-19.

S501 is the ultimate all-aluminium 50-metre yacht featuring oversized deck space, comfort, quietness, and efficiency.

Entirely handcrafted in Italy and designed by Francesco Paszkowski, the yacht offers various exterior design adjustments to make her fit your personal choice and taste.

According to the report, S501 superyacht will feature a layout largely similar to the two sister ships – Binta D’Or and Vertige, but with two primary differences. The main deck aft will be wholly dedicated to a large lounging area, while the forward master cabin will feature a private lounge that can be converted into an extra ensuite cabin.

Although the vessel is entirely built of light aluminium alloy, it is available with a steel hull as well on request. It is also available with different engine packages from classic propulsion to hybrid in its full displacement version.

The power of this yacht comes from conventional diesel propulsion for a top speed of 17.5 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.

Binta D’Or was revealed by Tankoa during the same period last year, designed by Francesco Paszkowski in collaboration with Magherita Casprini, with the interiors fully made of aluminium, representing light and modern tone.

News No: 9504
Date: 2020/05/15 - 19:22
News Source: Argus Media

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