Tankoa Yachts, together with Larusmiani, the Made in Italy luxury brand of excellence since 1922, will be the protagonist once again at the MonteNapoleone Yacht Club 2017 (Milan, May 15th to the 21st). “I’m proud to welcome Tankoa to this year’s edition of the MonteNapoleone Yacht Club”, said Guglielmo Miani. “We share the same values of made by hand in Italy, the same obsession for details and passion for excellence and innovation too. Vertige, the latest creation of the Genoa based yard, perfectly meets Larusmiani’s lifestyle for the modern gentleman.”
The prestigious boutique in Via Montenapoleone, 7 will host a special cocktail for the press in May 16th to announce the delivery of the Tankoa S501 M/Y Vertige, successfully concluded in Genoa on Friday, May 5th, and will include an exclusive preview of the first images of the yacht cruising the waters off Portofino.
“I am very pleased to announce to the public the preview of interior and cruising images of our 50 meter M/Y Vertige”, declared Guido Orsi Jr, President of Tankoa Yachts. “Once again our latest creation is the result of the meticulous work carried out by Tankoa’s superb team of experts. Our partnership with Larusmiani highlights two first-class producers of Made in Italy who share the same passion and dedication, never leaving anything to chance. With our obsessive attention to detailing and researching high quality materials, we create unparalleled and unique masterpieces, flagships representing Made in Italy, making us partners of your dreams.”
A yacht exemplifying a perfectly balanced timeless design that stands out from the usual market fare and lets the owner and his guests maintain a constant view of the sea.
“The Tankoa S501 Vertige is the result of a coordinated effort between the yard, the owner and our studio”, commented the yacht’s designer Francesco Paszkowski. “We understood each other, perfectly, right from the start of this project which was characterized by in-depth material and design element research and the excellent craftsmanship in the yard. This also included, for the first time on a Tankoa, a plumb bow, giving an indication of the yard’s future direction.”
“With a team working in complete synchronicity we were able to carry out an in-depth analysis of materials and design elements”, confirmed Margherita Casprini, interior design consultant for the project lead by Francesco Paszkowski Design. “The owner was in complete agreement with our proposals, and occasionally enriched them with personal requests, such as two cabins on the main deck, owner and VIP suites, similar but not identical. We satisfied his request by proposing different colors for the same materials.”