The Italian Sea Group shipyard has announced that the third yacht launched this year, the 38-metre superyacht TREMENDA by Admiral has hit the water in Italy. The launch took place on April 22nd during a big celebration at the Admiral yard in Marina di Carrara.
TREMENDA represents the third yacht in the successful ‘Impero’ series, following the 2013 CACOS V and the 2014 NONO. Together with the 55-metre QUINTA ESSENTIA and the 50m charter yacht OURANOS, the yachts represent three Admiral superyachts launched in one month.
A sturdy, masculine and modern vessel, TREMENDA offers her owner and guests vast interiors and great exterior volumes. Her exterior lines were designed by Luca Dini with interiors by Gian Marco Campanino and the Admiral Centro Stile.
She was constructed in aluminium and can be powered up to a top speed of 20 knots. She is ideal for Caribbean destinations thanks to her shallow draft; one of the requests made by her Owner at the beginning of the project.
The accommodation includes one full-width owner suite, located forward on the main deck and featuring a beautiful full-beam bathroom. The entire suite provides spectacular views of the sea from each angle, thanks to the side seascape windows, which have been further enlarged with respect to the previous models.
Additionally, there are four guest cabins, including two VIPs and two doubles. All guest accommodation is situated on the lower deck and boasts private en suite facilities, complete with interior guest space, usually found on larger yachts.
The interior decor and design boast precious dark joinery throughout, both in gloss and matt finish, and is combined with rare marble panels and natural leather surfaces, creating a contemporary and essential design, with marine features in mind.
The main saloon is flooded with natural light thanks to the large glazed area, which virtually creates a continuous space with the aft cockpit. The main dining area is located forward, and just as the saloon, it is surrounded by glass, boasting an impressive headroom.
The numerous outdoor socialising areas include the spacious sun deck, the bow lounge, and the vast beach club. The latter allows access to the full beam garage and has side opening hull port for hauling and launching of the main tender. Moving forward there is the access to the engine room, through engine control room, usually not found on board yachts of this size.
Plenty of space has also been dedicated to the crew on board the new Admiral TREMENDA. The crew quarters boasts a large galley, flooded with natural light, a large crew mess/lounge, a laundry, one Captain’s cabin and two crew cabins. All cabins boast en-suite heads.
From the pantry located on the main deck, the crew and guests have the possibility to access the raised bridge, which offers fantastic panoramic views and guarantees perfect manoeuvring for the Captain under way or during docking operations. From the raised pilot house there is also a possibility to access the sun deck, thanks to the internal staircase; here we can find the second wheel station.
The Owners and his family are planning on using TREMENDA for private cruising initially, mainly in the Mediterranean as well as the US and the Caribbean. She is sure to attract plenty of attention thanks to her military look and striking lines.