The first Admiral motor yacht after the acquisition of the glorious brand in 2011, luxury motor yacht Cacos V is a striking Impero 40 craft, launched by the prestigious Italian shipyard, Admiral Tecnomar, part of the Italian Sea Group, in May 2013. Designed by well known Luca Dini in cooperation with the Group Style Center, superyacht Cacos V will be presented at this month’s Monaco Yacht Show. Below are some beautiful exterior and interior images of this breath-taking vessel, providing deluxe accommodation in 5 elegant and comfortable cabins.
Innovative lines, vertical bow and strong personality are the main features of the Impero 40 yacht Cacos V.
The design is traditional in line with Admiral brand values, but with a very masculine character: it reminds, indeed, a powerful “military” ship.
In order to improve visibility, the wheelhouse of Cacos V has sloped reverse windows (as big transatlantic) to reduce reflections and water effects on the windows and it has also wide bridge wings which protrude from the external profile of the superstructure to let, during maneuvers, maximum visibility fore and aft.
The external bulwarks are almost vertical in order to increase space and visibility; windows, instead, are very wide to allow the natural light come in.
The particular external gleanings and the shining/matt colours contrast of the hull increase the stylistic appeal.
Cacos V yacht has great spaces for her category: with a 479GT volume, she boasts the record of being the 40 meters motor yacht with the biggest internal volume ever.
Superyacht Cacos V has received an important recognition by RINA (Registro Italiano Navale): she has been recognized as the yacht with the highest standard ever achieved in RINA classified yachts with reference to noise and vibration.
Layout and internal equipment have been designed by the Style Center of the Group according to Owner’s choices.
Internal furnishing have been made open pore in dark oak and polished Makassar, silk carpets and a succession of leather and polished Makassar ceilings are recognizable.
A unique detail is represented by the staircase which combines the lower with the upper deck, which features single cantilever steps out from the wall and a trunk illuminated by a LED panel polished with bicolor resin gaining a 3D effect.
Each cabin is enriched by a different art installation at the headboard. The main deck houses the large living and dining areas characterized by wide full height windows. The Owner’s area is totally bow oriented with a private office, a large full beam cabin and a double bathroom. On the lower deck, mid-ship, the 4 guest cabins can be found, while, at the bow, there is the crew area with 3 cabins. On the upper deck there is another saloon, full beam, the wheelhouse and the Captain’s cabin. On the sundeck there is a comfortable Spa Pool with large table and sofa chairs. All crew members have independent transits to ensure maximum privacy to the guests on board.