Impero 40 an Admiral Tecnomar Superyacht
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With delivery in 2016, superyacht Impero 40 RPH is a superb 40-metre semi-displacement vessel, built by the prestigious Italian shipyard, Admiral Tecnomar Group. Luxury motor yacht Impero 40 was designed by Luca Dini and is constructed to RINA Charter and MCA Commercial standards.
Impero 40 Specifications
|Type/Year:||an Admiral Tecnomar Superyacht/2016|
|Beam:||8 m (26')|
|Max Speed:||20 knots|
|Engines:||2x Caterpillar 1,925 hp/e|
|Cruise Speed:||18 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Luca Dini Design, Luca Dini, Dobroserdov Design, Admiral Tecnomar, Admiral|
Luxury yacht Impero 40 offers deluxe accommodation in five guest staterooms. There is also a generous saloon with full height windows. IMPERO 40 RPH offers luxurious accommodation in one master suite, one VIP suite and three double staterooms.
All-aluminium superyacht Impero 40 features two Cat engines of 1,925 hp each, reaching a maximum speed of 20 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots.
Admiral Tecnomar superyacht Impero 40 RPH provides luxurious accommodation in 5 lovely guest cabins.
Amenities and Extras
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"My passion for boats moved me away from architecture. from the beginning I always thought yacht design as a part of architecture, but after seeing in 1982 the m.y. nabila anchored in the port city livorno italy, it instantly sparked that passion. From that day forth, it became my mission to become a yacht designer." - Luca Dini