It is difficult to avoid hyperbole when describing superyachts — and we should know. Now, with their debut of Solo, Italian shipyard Tankoa have made the task even harder.
We were lucky enough to step aboard Solo at the Monaco Yacht Show, where the superyacht debuted this year — and where she caused quite a splash amongst media, connoisseurs and buyers alike.
Sailing in style...
Styled inside and out by Francesco Paszkowski, with interiors designed in collaboration with Margherita Casprini, and naval architecture by Studio Ruggiero. The interiors can be described as “modern, minimalist and warm”, featuring antique marble from France and Rajasthan, and pure white onyx from Mexico.
All the marble and much of the wood has been satin finished, with the wood highlighted with high-glass Macassar ebony.
Be the host with the most...
Perfect for hosting the ultimate floating party, the yacht also has accommodation for 12 guests in six cabins, including the master suite on the gigantic private owner’s deck, a VIP suite and four doubles.
In addition, the hairdressing/massage room and the owner’s study can also be converted into additional cabins, as they are both equipped with an en-suite bathroom.
An abundance of amenities...
As if that wasn’t quite enough, Solo’s amenities rival even the world-renowned hotels along the Italian coast from which she hails. Inside is a beach club area, equipped with sofas, a bar, and an oversized glass-walled gym by Technogym with a fold-out terrace.
Once you’ve completed a workout, the gym also has access to a spa zone, which comes fitted with a sauna.
- Length: 72m
- Sleeps: 12 guests, 6 cabins
- Top speed: 17.5 knots
Solo by Tankoa Yachts