Tankoa reveals new S701 superyacht concept 70m

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7 October 2014
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Tankoa Yachts - Genoa based shipyard has revealed S701 at the Monaco Yacht Show 2014.

A new 70m motor yacht concept, focussing on broad, open-plan living spaces that flow freely from indoors to outdoors. S701, which is close in being a sister ship to S693 now under construction has a different transom and a wide body upper deck.

The General Arrangement has a well studied passage regarding the flow of the guests and crew on board, all of the dedicated spaces were thought in order to fulfill an owner's wishes.

The S701 has an unbeatable key point not to forget; its delivery time: 24/26 months!

Tankoa S701 is an open space designed to fit all the Owners desires. Thanks to her length of 70 mt, Tankoa S701 welcomes all the top luxury amenities. The large life areas are extended from inside to outside in order for you to live an experience with no boundaries. Tankoa S701 is the best choice if you wish large environments onboard and the freedom to customize each detail of a true cruising mansion. 

The S701 is features a large ‘sea lounge' - a large beach club with a bar, saloon, sauna and hammam, as well as private balconies from which to enjoy the sea view. On the upper aft deck is a dining area, alfresco bar and seating space with a wind screen, while sky lounge facilities include a touch and helipad that can be converted into a dance floor, a pool and a large gym. The yard believes that will help the young yard to develop a reputation for quality.

Even further up is a sunbathing nook on top of the coach roof, offering 360° views from sun beds and sofas. The master suite, forward on the upper deck covers almost 100 square metres, with a 180° panoramic sea view, sitting room, spa pool and terrace.

Our aim is not to compete with our Italian colleagues, it is to compete with Northern European shipyards,' says Michel Karsenti, sales and marketing director of Tankoa. ‘There is a highly tangible reason why our price is higher. But our italian business model and regulations mean that we will be more competitive than Northern Europe.'