Following her August launch, superyacht Solo has been photographed on her sea trials off the coast of Genoa, Italy. Nearing delivery, the 72-metre superyacht will be on display at the 2018 Monaco Yacht show later this month. Photo: Tankoa YachtTankoa, in collaboration with designer Francesco Paszkowski, has devised an impressively muscular exterior complemented by a chic, dark-toned interior penned by Margherita Casprini. Standout design elements include a touch-and-go helipad, private owner’s deck and a sauna/wellness centre with a hydraulic fold-out balcony. Photo: Tankoa YachtA modern naval architecture allows the 1600 GT yacht to reach a top speed of 17 knots while underway and houses catalytic exhausts for a substantial reduction in emissions. Furthermore, she is built to both LY3 and MCA class. Photo: Tankoa YachtPhoto: Tankoa YachtPhoto: Tanko YachtsPhoto: Tanko YachtsFollowing her world debut at the Monaco Yacht Show 2018 (Quai Chicane berth C02), Solo will be available for charter with Northrop & Johnson.
The SuperYacht Times iQ 2018 Report
Our market report is the most complete in the business and provides in-depth analysis of the fleet by size range, the construction book, the market for new and used yachts for sale and the superyacht builders, as well as a detailed overview of superyacht ownership. It also gives the personal views of Merijn de Waard, company founder and long-term superyacht market analyst, on the state of the market.