Tankoa Yachts has unveiled its new 68-metre superyacht concept T680 Fenice at the Monaco Yacht Show 2022 in collaboration with Enrico Gobbi. The 1,400 GT motor yacht is based on previous Tankoa designs and is named after the famous Fenice Opera House in Venice, Italy.The yacht T680 Fenice is a collaborative effort from the Italy-based shipbuilders Tankoa Yachts and Venice-based design house Team for Design-Enrico Gobbi. “We understood each other immediately with Enrico and it was a pleasure to develop this project together,” said Giuseppe Mazza, Tankoa Sales and Marketing Manager. The T680 Fenice has a fluid exterior design by Enrico Gobbi and is characterised by elegant yet bold lines. With aerodynamic lines and curves inspired by automotive and aeronautical design, the overall effect is a cohesive yet dynamic profile.“From the very first moment I started sharing my ideas with Tankoa, I knew I was in the right place with the right people. This is a project characterised by exclusive details that only a ’boutique’ shipyard like Tankoa can make the most of.” says Enrico Gobbi, Team of Design CEO.T680 Fenice offers guests an opportunity to relax with each of her spaces specifically designed to make the most of her connection to the sea. The open-plan main saloon flows seamlessly into an indoor-outdoor circular dining area. Guests can choose to open the sliding glass aft doors to dine with the sea breeze, or close them for a more private dining experience.The T680 Fenice superyacht is able to host up to 14 guests across seven staterooms with her upper deck dedicated solely to the owner. This private 90 square-metre owner’s suite allows a 270 degree view of the ocean from the comfort of the bed, alongside an ensuite bathroom and a spacious walk-in wardrobe. As if that wasn’t enough, the owner has the privilege of their own private deck Jacuzzi and helipad as well as private alfresco dining and sun pads.The jewel in the T680 Fenice yacht’s crown is her outdoor living spaces, where she boasts an impressive 115 square-metre beach club, complete with a 12-metre infinity pool. The unique design of the pool allows for a glass encased waterfall to flow down into her lounge area where seating faces the stern for stunning views of the ocean.The lounge area also leads to a 50 square-metre gym space with folding balconies on either side to increase her connection with the sea. This area can also be adapted to meet the owners needs and can be used as a private spa or massage area. In terms of propulsion, Tankoa has chosen a standard system, but the option to use hybrid propulsion is also available. Her twin Caterpillar engines provide her with a cruising speed of 15 knots and a maximum speed of 16.5 knots, with a range of 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.“We are proud of this collaboration with Enrico Gobbi that highlights the unmistakable style, quality, beauty and know-how that goes into making our customers’ dreams come true,” added Eva Orsi, President of Tankoa.
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