The 164 Tankoa Kinda hybrid superyacht is nothing short of stunning
The fourth hull to come out of Italian yard Tankoa is the new 164-foot all-aluminum Tankoa Kinda hybrid superyacht. Sharing a similar slender profile to the Vertige, Bintador, and Olokun, the Kinda is the first of the four to offer a 5,000 liter capacity pool.
Tankoa Kinda hybrid superyacht also stands out for its environmentally friendly propulsion technology and strikingly opulent bow area. First revealed back at the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show in September, Tankoa now has provided new photos of their upcoming superyacht.
As one of the two hybrids within the lineup, the Kinda allows for three cruising modes consisting of full electric, diesel-mechanical, and diesel-electric. She has a maximum speed of 12 knots and a range of up to 4,700 nautical miles. According to Tankoas, the two electrified modes provide emission-free riding with a quiet cruise. In order to avoid noise or pollution, it’s also possible to stay at anchor using only electricity.
On the foredeck, Kinda has a magnificent 1,300-gallon pool that is surrounded by plush sun loungers. The main deck’s aft lounge, the lower deck’s beach club and tender garage, and the upper deck’s aft dining space are all outside. Additionally, there’s a sundeck with a sun pad, an outdoor kitchen, and sun loungers.
Within the interior, up to 12 passengers can stay on board across six rooms, including a master bedroom and full-beam VIP stateroom on the main deck. The soles are made of brushed oak, the ceilings are lacquered in light colors, and the interior is decorated with soft nubuck, linen, and gray leathers.
“The interior design reflects the owner’s desire for a contemporary and refined environment,” said design firm Paszkowski Design. “The coherent style is based on natural materials, glossy and matt finishes, nuances of soft, harmonious colours for the fabrics and dark contrasting shades for some furnishing accessories.”
The sculptural main staircase and the Champagne-colored chaise in the main room are just two of the many striking design elements here on the Tankoa Kinda hybrid superyacht.
“Created in collaboration with Margherita Casprini, the interior design reflects the owner’s desire for a contemporary and refined environment,” stated Paszkowski.