Take a glance at the Picchiotti Gentlemans yachts below
The very first renderings have been released for the Picchiotti Gentlemans yachts. The brand of The Italian Sea Group (ISG) have designed these yachts to celebrate the “golden age of yachting”, according to ISG founder and CEO Giovanni Costantino.
The Picchiotti Gentlemans Yachts models feature a 79-footer, 108-footer, 144-footer, and a 180-footer. With its classic lines, each vessel reflects the silhouettes of American yachts from the 1960s. All aluminum construction will be used for the hull and superstructure, which will have a nautical color scheme of white and navy. The flanks will be adorned with glossy mahogany embellishments, while the bow and stern will feature polished plating.
Since ISG is one of the shipbuilders that places a greater emphasis on environmental sustainability in their designs, the engineering team has optimized the hull’s lines to boost autonomy, consumption, and the comfort of guests while sailing. Only the 79-footer model in the series will be offered in two somewhat altered configurations: the conventional “enclosed” stern with sliding sea terraces and the option of an open aft, which offers a more contemporary beach club atmosphere.
While each yacht in the series will have a different layout based on its size, all of the models have one unique feature in common which are the spacious side passageways. These passageways located on the main deck will help make it easy for visitors to traverse from bow to stern.
There are three or four cabin options available for the 79-footer model, five for the 108-foot and 144-foot models, and six for the larger 180-footer. Picchiotti has also selected to use the newest engineering and technologies. To lessen pollution at sea, the ships can be outfitted with a hybrid or all-electric propulsion system.
The welding process has already been finished on the first hull in the Picchiotti Gentlemans yachts series. In 2024, the 79-footer is expected to launch. According to Picchiotti, a further fifteen units are scheduled for development.