Italian boutique shipyard, Tankoa Yachts, and its global sales and marketing agent, Yacht-Ology, have proudly unveiled more details, as well as the first exterior and interior images of the eye-catching and eco-friendly Tankoa S693 super yacht SUERTE. Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini have beautifully designed the striking 69,30-metre motor yacht SUERTE, currently on display at the 2015 Monaco Yacht Show.
Externally, mega yacht SUERTE boasts an amazing Beach Club, equipped with saloon, large TV screen, bar, day head, shower, massage room, sauna and hammam. There is also an incredibly generous oversized lounge, that can comfortably host around 20 people on the aft deck sofas. The garage of SUERTE can easily store Seabobs CAYAGO F7 and two 7,50m DARIEL tenders run by 260 hp Yanmar engines for 13 passengers. The multiple jetskis can be found in the two side foredeck garages.
In its aft section protected by the overhang of the sun deck, the upper deck of SUERTE yacht offers a 16 person dining table, a lounge and two L-shaped sofas providing fantastic view to the sea. The fore part of this deck is devoted to the owner’s private terrace with direct side access from his suite. There is a 6m sofa with its own built-in refrigerator and a four people Jacuzzi surrounded by sun-pads.
Positioned aft of the top deck, the sun-deck of super yacht SUERTE represents another great social area with a touch-and-go helipad, which is large enough for a twin turbine helicopter such as an Augusta 109 to bring guests onboard. At night, the helideck becomes a dance floor with lights, speakers and a DJ station.
Further to the front, there are two sun pads, as well as an amazing 5-metre swimming pool with built-in stools to enjoy drinks at the bar that ends the pool. The pool is also equipped with a waterfall flowing like a water blade from the superstructure.
Another notable feature aboard SUERTE superyacht represents the crow’s nest that has been designed on the roof where owner and guests can enjoy navigation. This area is accessible via an invisible ladder or using the second elevator leading there from the gym.
The interiors of luxury yacht SUERTE are modern, but warm and inviting, using only noble and natural materials and ensuring maximum privacy of the owner and his guests. Decoration was very inspired by Japanese houses, with greens, floor to ceiling windows and slate floors.
The main saloon is a true family/TV room with a lovely U shaped sofa surmounted by a library. There are also comfortably armchairs for over 16 people that can enjoy watching the latest blockbusters on the recessed 88 inches curved screen 4K TV that follows the shape of the black slate wall. Further to the front, a 16 people dining table is centrally positioned and benefits huge floor to ceiling windows, too. On the saloon side, the partition wall is highlighted by a fish tank, while the fore bulkhead is a giant wine display created by Paszkowski.
The entire rest of the main deck is devoted to guests accommodations. Four guest cabins and a full-beam VIP suite, which are designed in a very zen style, enjoy total silence compared to usual lower deck positioned guests cabins. All cabins, considering their main deck position, are full of natural light, thanks to oversized windows instead of conventional portholes. Decoration is a mix of washed teak, elegant piano black lacquered details and black marble with some touches of rich leather upholstery.
The lower deck hosts crew members who are benefiting particular attention to volume and ease of work, including TV room, rest area and crew mess. This deck also features a top class galley that was designed by a team of yachts’ chefs and one of Italy’s most renowned restaurateur.
The upper deck is basically divided in two sections. The fore part is entirely devoted to the owner’s apartment with study/library, bathroom with his and her toilets, wardrobe and the cabin itself, which floor is elevated to provide a 180-degree view from the king size bed. The aft part of this deck is a real achievement in design and functionality for guests. The central column funnel the engine dry stack exhaust pipes. One of the two Northern Lights generators is also connected to dry stacks to make sure, when guests are enjoying the beach club, that no fumes could run along the hull when the boat is at anchor.
On starboard side is an sofa/bed facing a flat screen TV hidden by a glass panel. This section can be used as a casual TV room but, thanks to sliding walls, it can be isolated to be turned into an extra cabin with bathroom. On port side, there is a Sushi Bar with stools and restaurant styled tables.
The center aft portion of the deck is a panoramic salon with huge flat screen TV, fireplace and baby grand piano. The ceiling, here, is a masterpiece with high glass skylights installed in the bottom of the swimming pool. Moreover, there is a panoramic deck shared between the all integrated glass panel wheelhouse, the captain’s office and the captain’s cabin. The aft part of the deck is the gym, with top class equipment, bathroom, as well as elevator to access the crow’s nest and a rest area.
Luxury motor yacht SUERTE is not only extremely comfortable, but also very quiet, due to her up-to-date sound and vibration insulation devices and technologies. The fore section of her superstructure is made of high tensile steel instead of aluminium. This reduces the propagation of vibrations when the vessel suddenly decelerates when running in big swells. All of the floors, bulkheads and ceilings are floating, thus eliminating parasitic noise.
Both engine’s dry stack exhausts are equipped with carbon filters to limit emissions, satisfying the RINA Green Plus Platinum annotation certificate. Generators are equipped with pressurized exhaust mufflers, mixing exhaust gas with water to reduce noise when at anchor or in a marina as well as soot burners to avoid the black stain that is visible on the sides of most yachts running under generators.