Tankoa’s philosophy of offering knowledgeable buyers an alternative to Dutch and German built high quality yachts is evidenced in this build by the large number of changes to the original plans that were successfully carried out to constantly raise the bar of quality and equipment. These changes were carried out without Tankoa having to claim any permissible delay in the build: the best demonstration of Tankoa's commitment to excellence and flexibility.
Exterior and interior design
Owner's requests had been received loud and clear by Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini. Interiors shall be modern, but warm and inviting using only noble and natural materials. Circulation onboard was to be made easy by wide passages and crew was to be able to perform their tasks without interfering with guests privacy. According to the owner, a very knowledgable yachtsman, this task has been 100% achieved.
Guests will be able to board the yacht either from the swimming platform, via the lateral tender garages, by the gangway or the hydraulic Royal ladder. When boarding from the platform, they will access the interior walking trough the magnificent “Beach Club” equipped with saloon, large TV screen, bar, day head, shower, massage room, sauna and hammam, both with direct access to the sea, thanks to their fold out terraces.
The “Beach Club” is all dressed in washed teak panels, while the back wall is entirely made of slate. In the center of that wall, a central staircase leads directly to the main deck and its reception area.