During this year’s edition of the Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) Italian shipyard, Tankoa has unveiled a new 70m superyacht, developed together with Francesco Paszkowski. Currently referred to as the S702 NEXT 70, the new 70m vessel has been devised to retain versatility during its speculative build programme, offering a series of different superstructure profiles that can be integrated into the exterior styling.

“Building on the success of Suerte and Solo, this new 70-metre design incorporates the distinctive brand features of Tankoa and combines them with new solutions,” says Francesco Paszkowski. “The aim has been to develop a yacht with innovative stylistic and technical features that will confirm Tankoa’s status at the forefront of the superyacht sector.”

A number of Tankoa’s prominent design cues have been implemented into the new 70m superyacht’s potential profiles, such as the vertical bow, which is featured on 50m M/Y Bintador, which has made her international debut here at MYS.

Based in Genoa, the shipyard has a clear and concise recipe to hold its position in this tumultuous landscape, in the form of launching one or two projects per annum, and thus keeping consistency at the core of its business ethos. This has become the primary objective of the shipyard - made possible by its considerable investment in speculative superyacht construction and dedication to consistency of quality.

Having now delivered four superyachts in total, Tankoa has affirmed its position in the market as a boutique superyacht builder. In The Superyacht Business Report, which is being distributed around MYS, a timeline shows the development of the shipyard and how it has evolved since its establishment in 2008.

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