Today one of the Italian Sea Group brands announced the sale of a new Impero 40 project. The new order is a 40m raised pilothouse superyacht which is a part of the Admiral Impero Series. The sale has been made in cooperation with Dbeere Yachts representing the buyer.
The new Impero 40 is the larger sistership of the 37m motoryacht Nono, delivered in 2014, and the 38m Tremenda which was delivered to her owners earlier in 2016. The new project itself features a full aluminium construction with a semi-displacement hull form. It has five staterooms including an on-deck master and will be able to develop a maximum speed of 19 knots.
The interior design will be undertaken by the shipyard's in-house design team and Gian Marco Companino in cooperation with the owner. It is set to feature a plethora of materials including fabrics, leather, wood and marble. The exterior itself has been created by the Florence-based architect Luca Dini.
New Impero 40 Project
The Group's CEO Giuseppe Taranto commented on the sale: "This is the fourth hull sold from the Impero Series and we know that she will be another turn-head Admiral Yacht".
The new Impero 40 Project is expected to be delivered to her owner during the summer of 2017.
Looking at The Italian Sea Group's performance for 2016, it has delivered only two yachts so far both coming from the Admiral brand. Among those is the 49.9m Ouranos and the 38m Tremenda. Currently, in The Superyacht Intelligence Global Order Book, the shipyard has 12 projects in build within the 38 to 75m market. Only two of them are expected to be delivered in 2016 including the 54.5m Quinta Essentia.