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New line of Sport Utility concepts revealed by Cristiano Mariani Architect

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Written by
Georgia Tindale

The Italian design studio headed up by Cristiano Mariani, Cristiano Mariani Architect, has unveiled designs for a new line of all-aluminium 'Sport Utility' superyachts, featuring engineering by Matteo Del Sorbo's MDS Engineering studio. The vessels in this new line consist of a 26.49-metre monohull, a 27.4-metre catamaran and a 36.65-metre monohull.Cristiano Mariani yacht design concept Photo: Cristiano Mariani Architect
As the smallest vessel in the new line, the 26.49-metre Sport Utility superyacht has a generous beam of 8.2 metres and would provide accommodation for up to eight guests and a crew of two.

Cristiano Mariani yacht design concept Photo: Cristiano Mariani ArchitectA semi-displacement superyacht with Volvo Penta IPS propulsion, she would be able to reach a top speed of 24 knots and cruise comfortably at 16 knots.Cristiano Mariani yacht design concept Photo: Cristiano Mariani ArchitectCristiano Mariani yacht design concept Photo: Cristiano Mariani ArchitectStandout features include her floodable garage housing a 4.6-metre tender and numerous water toys which can be utilised as a beach club and wellness area. The owner would be housed in a 33-square-metre cabin in the bow which, thanks to the particular hull shape of the vessel, offers a 180-degree panoramic window.

Cristiano Mariani yacht design concept Photo: Cristiano Mariani ArchitectCristiano Mariani yacht design concept Photo: Cristiano Mariani ArchitectThe slightly larger 27.4-metre catamaran is next up in the new line, offering a beam of 10.6 metres and also able to house a total of eight guests and two crew. The semi-displacement yacht would top out at 26 knots and cruise at 16 knots.

Cristiano Mariani yacht design concept Photo: Cristiano Mariani Architect

The 42-square-metre full beam owner's suite is found in the bow of the main deck and features a lateral openable terrace. The 110-square-metre flybridge comes with a huge bimini top in the aft Jacuzzi area and an awning located in the bow lounge.

Cristiano Mariani yacht design concept Photo: Cristiano Mariani Architect

The final boat in the new line is a 36.65-metre motor yacht with hybrid propulsion. The semi-displacement superyacht has a beam of eight metres and could reach a top speed of 24 knots and cruise comfortably at 16 knots. Cristiano Mariani yacht design concept Photo: Cristiano Mariani ArchitectDesigned with generous internal volumes and spacious external areas offering panoramic views, the vessel is described by her designer as being both suitable for charter and 'highly customizable' to the desires of her potential owner.

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