Designed by GMC Architecture, this sporty yacht can reach the incredible top speed of 40 knots thanks to the VOLVO IPS 1200 which is fitted engines.
It’s a real day-cruiser or weekender which wouldn’t mind to accompany its guests for a short cruising too and it’s also the ideal mini superyacht for a young and dynamic family which is looking for that little something more and always demanding when it goes down to sophistication; and the EVO 55 is indeed a very sophisticated project, all designed to meet the expectations of very demanding Owners looking for a luxury, stylish and convivial yacht, with excellent reliability and practicality at the same time, not to talk about her quite impressive performance.
The yacht has plenty of large areas all dedicated to the pleasure of navigation, relax and sunbathing, either aft, forward and within the cockpit, where the inlaid teak cockpit table finds place, as a true piece of sculpture. The deck forward is fulfilled with cushions and it gives a sunbathing area normally found on much bigger yachts.
The all design is stunning and never seen before. Entirely designed by the team of Interior Design of The Italian Sea Group and its Art Director Gian Marco Campanino. The TECNOMAR EVO 55 design will be always well recognizable and will set a new trend within this sector; the exterior design almost breaks with anything you may have seen before, with large use of LED lights throughout the length of the yacht, following the new automotive logics; this almost creates an artwork at night, which, combined with the many sculptural details cloaking the yacht, such as the custom stemhead, makes this yacht equal to no other. The same logic continues and it’s even more evident below deck, where the luxury found is normally typical of a superyacht. The first 55 launched features an interior layout with a master cabin forward (with ensuite bathroom) and a convertible lounge (again with ensuite bathroom), which can be completely separated from the galley which is placed on starboard side. The all interiors feature subtle details and precious materials, which all together give a feel which is hard to explain and to match.