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Tankoa S801, latest project for an 80 meters by Tankoa Yachts

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Tankoa Yachts – the “boutique shipyard” based in Genoa – announces a new addition to their range with the presentation of the S801 (80m) concept, confirming their markedly innovative stance in the super and mega yacht sector.

With the S693 just about ready for delivery to her owner in July 2015, alongside the S701 and the S501 projects, the sophisticated design work continues on the latest and largest of the yard’s models – the S801.

The first 80-88 meter platform model

Tankoa S801 is a concept design based on an 80 meter long platform, extendable to 88 meters. She will have a beam of 13.50 meters, with a 2,500 gross tonnage in its 80 meter version.

The main deck will take advantage of the yacht’s full beam, providing maximum volume in this size segment.

Tankoa S801 will feature four decks plus a sun deck. An enormous main deck lounge will welcome guests aboard, while the five VIP cabins with in suite baths will be located in the fore part of the main deck to maximize silence and comfort (in line with the 70 meter design philosophy).

The owner’s gigantic suite will be located on the upper deck aft section. His apartment will consist of a grand “bedroom” with two walk-in closets, a massage zone, private SPA/Sauna, personal office and a spacious bathroom.

These amenities are just part of the initial proposal for S801 as the shipyard will consider fully custom designed layout.

Just like sails in the wind, the decks float as if suspended between sea and sky

Code named “Golden Wings”, the S801 is Francesco Paszkowski’s vision of Italy’s most famous and beautiful ship of all time, the Amerigo Vespucci. Her superstructure seems to be literally suspended in mid-air, an interpretation of how the sailing ship would appear if her rig was shifted aft.

The reference to Amerigo Vespucci is an excellent way to pay tribute to one of the greatest Italian maritime explorers of the world.

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