Joining The Italian Sea Group's fleet this week is the all-new 48-metre yacht Crocus, which was successfully launched at the Admiral yard near La Spezia. The owner is expected to take delivery by the end of the year. Photo: The Italian Sea Group AdmiralDesigned in-house with a "discreet and minimalist" style, the new superyacht is inspired by Admiral's Atos model and includes large guest areas while maintaining direct contact with the sea through its interior layout.Photo: The Italian Sea Group AdmiralAlong with her "clean profile", teak handrails have been placed along the exterior with a contrasting wenghè strip in both matt and glossy finishes to complement the glass and geometric tails which "give the overall shape of the yacht an extremely elegant atmosphere."Photo: The Italian Sea Group AdmiralCrocus features four main bridges, a 100-square-metre sundeck, beach club and an outdoor garage for tenders up to 7 meters. Inside, the main deck houses the master bedroom, a large dining area and the galley while the remaining four guest suites are on the lower deck. Guests can also make use of the upper-deck saloon.Photo: The Italian Sea Group AdmiralMade to be a sophisticated home at sea, Crocus is decorated in a palette of "relaxed" colours and materials of soft greys, brown and saffron accents with tropical ebony wood and statuary marble.
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