The Italian Sea Group has closed Q1 on a monumental high with the launch of 55m Quinta Essentia, the signing a new 63m project and the preparation of the launch of 50m C Force.

Quinta Essentia, which was introduced on 24 March is a 55m hybrid build from the Admiral E Motion range. Built for a very experienced owner, who has owned a number of world renowned yachts in the past, Admiral has expressed its delight in the unveiling of this 55m build and launch.

The Admiral E Motion 55 is equipped with a hybrid propulsion configuration, which integrates two traditional engines with two electric motors, also connected to variable speed generators. This propulsion arrangement improves the noise levels on board, the safety and the efficiency of the yacht.


Quinta Essentia is the largest yacht built to date at Admiral, and will hold this title until the 75m yacht currently under construction at the shipyard in Marina di Carrara is launched in 2018.

Admiral also signed a new 63 contract on 30 March with Alex Banning at SuperYachtsMonaco, for another highly experienced owner. The project will be built to Lloyds class and delivered in 2019.

CEO Giuseppe Toranto commented, “We are proud for the sale of this outstanding yacht in the same period in which we are launching three new Admiral yachts of 55m, 50m and 38m. We look forward to another quality and on-time delivery.”

Further information and design features surrounding the yacht remain a mystery to the market, as Admiral has released a teaser profile drawing of the yacht. From this we can predict that the yacht will have a sporty appearance with a distinctive plumb bow, as shown in the image above.

Admiral is now gearing up for the launch of 50m C Force, which is the second launch out of the four scheduled for this year. There will be more information on this once the launch has taken place.



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