The 164-foot Tankoa S501 superyacht named Vertige, is floating on her lines in Genoa, Italy, two years after her contract signing. To design this vessel, Tankoa shipyard has teamed up with outstanding yacht designer Francesco Paszkowski, who designed the free-flowing exteriors, which include an alfresco dining deck with room for 16 guests, a hot tub surrounded by sunbeds, and a garage that can hold a nearly 23-foot tender. pacious decks allow guests to enjoy the sunshine while foldout terraces offer direct access to the azure ocean.
Vertige can accommodate guests over six cabins, including a luxurious full beam master and VIP suite located on the main deck and four guest cabins located on the lower deck.
All guests will get to use a cinema and beach club/gym while cruising aboard Vertige. TVs in the upper-deck saloon (which also has a bar) and out on the sundeck can show sports or movies. Balconies folding down on the main aft deck make that area more inviting. For more activity on the water, the yacht will stow a 23-foot (7-meter) tender in a garage.
Tankoa Yachts anticipates sea trials to confirm a half-load cruise speed of 14 knots, with twin MTUs. Vertige should see a range close to 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.