Two new concepts that offer military-inspired styling but have a welcoming heart for guests
The Eurocraft 46M and 56M, offered for sale by Yacht & Villa International, have been designed by Federico Fiorentino Designs of Milan, who had a brief to create two radical and contemporary full-displacement yachts. “The yachts have been designed for maximum comfort and long periods at sea in total reliability and efficiency,” says Yacht & Villa International.
The 56-metre (shown in the two renderings above) boasts a grey hull and black elements of the superstructure, and has something of a military bearing, although the hull shape also has some racier elements. Life on board for guests is not going to lack distractions: there’s a multifunction ‘virtual room’ that can be used as a cinema, or a virtual golf course or shooting range. The beach club boasts a spa and wellness centre under the generous swimming pool. A version of the concept without the aft pool allows for oversized tenders and toys on deck. Each version boasts a helideck platform on the upper deck, along with an enclosed hot-tub. She accommodates 12 guests with a crew of 13. Inside, the owner’s suite on the upper deck offers a panoramic private deck area with an enclosed gym. A full-beam VIP suite is forward on the main deck, with two doubles and two twins on the lower deck. The asking price is €37.5 million.
With her straighter bow, the 46-metre yacht (above and below) looks just as business-like as her bigger sister. The wonderful open deck spaces mean there’s plenty of room for tenders and toys on the main deck aft, with a helipad aft on the bridge deck, while there are shaded seating areas and a hot-tub on the sundeck. She’s priced at €23.25 million. A suggested build time is between 24 and 30 months.