The new amazing Tecnomar‘s project EVO 115 has just found a first buyer: he comes from Asia, Far East precisely. The order marks the debut for the yard of Marina di Carrara in this market. Evo 115 will be entirely made of aluminium and she will be 35 metres long and 8.40 metres wide.
Both interior and exterior design are by the architect Gian Marco Campanino. Evo 115 develops over four bridges with the possibility to choose between a four-cabin-layout and a five-cabin-one, in addition to three crew cabins (5 people). Lines are extremely futuristic but well-balanced, with a beautiful percing bow and “muscly” chines along the astern sides. A huge full-beam fore master cabin is flooded with light by the wonderful front window, while the stern houses a large SPA, equipped with a sauna, a steam room and a massage area, and a garage which can receive a tender and any kind of water toys. The main deck is entirely dedicated to a large salon and a separated dining area which can receive up to 10 people.
“We’ve created something really unique, specifically designed for Asian market. Yacht culture and use in eastern area is totally different from western standards – claimed Gian marco Campanino – so, it’s important to meet the different customers’ needs; if this concept is combined with Italian style , the result is EVO 115″.
Evo 115 is pushed by two MTU 2000 HP engines which allow to reach up to 25.5 knots. Cruising speed is about 23 knots. The yacht is also provided with two 45 kW generators and a 12000-litre-fuel tank.
This Italian (Tecnomar is part of Italian Sea Group) 35-metre yacht follows Tecnomar 130 HT and 130 TRI. The yard also offers five composite models from 55 to 80 feet. Velvet and Nadara ranges, on the contrary, include yachts from 36 to 42 metres and from 40 to 47 metres, respectively.
Founded in 1987, Tecnomar has already launched 284 yachts. Its seat in Marina di Carrara extends over a 10,000-square-metre-surface divided into 11 production areas. The yard is equipped with a 200-metre-dry dock, a 1,500-metre-mooring quay and a 2,200-metre-floating barge for yacht transfers up to 90 m.