Following their acquisition in February, Falcon Yachts have moved forward with re-establishing their place in the superyacht industry with their Legacy line and have sold the first 40-metre Falcon Legacy to an Italian entrepreneur. Photo: Falcon YachtsDeveloped in collaboration with interior and exterior Italian design firm Quartosile, the yacht is set to celebrate the company's traditional style established by its founder, Enrico Spreafico, in the 80s.
“It is with the utmost respect for our client, an Italian entrepreneur with a vast experience at sea, that Falcon Yachts engages in the construction of it’s latest 40-metre yacht. By reviving and thoroughly re-imagining a ‘Spreafico original,’ the shipyard intends to pay a tribute to the legacy of Edoardo Spreafico’s expertise, style and ethos, to further develop on his understanding of what a yacht should be all about: comfort and functionality embedded in captivating elegance and incredibly sound engineering”, said Falcon Yachts’ management team.Photo: Falcon YachtsThey also added: “We will release our latest designs in early 2021 and look forward to engaging with Falcon clients – both new and existing – as we continue to develop and modernise this prestigious yachting brand. Falcon’s heritage is such that, to this date, it continues to be featured as one of the largest yacht builders in Italy.”
SuperYacht Times - The State of Yachting 2020
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