The third Admiral launch of the year took place at The Italian Sea Group shipyard

Marina di Carrara, 27th April 2016

It was again time for a big celebration at the Admiral shipyard in Marina di Carrara, as the third launch of the year took place last Friday April 22nd.

This time the spotlight was on M/Y ‘Tremenda’ 38 meter (124 ft), the third superyacht built of the successful “Impero” series after ‘Cacos V’ delivered in 2013 and ‘NONO’ in 2014.

She follows the launches of the superyachts “Quinta Essentia” 55m (180 ft) and “Ouranos” 50m (164 ft) making 3 Admiral superyachts launched in a month!

Tremenda is a hedgy, masculine and modern looking superyacht, with generous interior and exterior volumes; as each yacht of the Impero series, she features exterior design by Luca Dini and interior by Gian Marco Campanino and the Admiral Centro Stile.

Entirely built in aluminium, she reaches a top speed of over 20 knots. The shallow draft allows her to cruise in shallow waters, which makes her ideal for Caribbean cruises. This was one of the requirements the Owner had in mind when he started the project.

The interior layout features one full beam master suite, placed forward on the main deck with a marvelous full-beam bathroom. The whole suite offers amazing sea view from each angle, thank to the side seascape windows, which have been further enlarged respect to the previous models. The four guest cabins (two VIPs and two double) placed on the lower deck, each with ensuite bathrooms, complete the interiors’ guest space, which hasn’t got to be any envious respect to much larger vessels.

The finish and the design chosen for the interior is everything but common, featuring precious dark joinery throughout the yacht, both in glossy and matt finish, and alternated by rare marble panels and natural leather surfaces; this creates just the right balance of modern and essential design, always with an eye kept on the marine aspect.

The main saloon is probably the most impressive area on board, only second to the huge sun deck area; the saloon is actually flooded with natural light, being completely surrounded by glass, which virtually creates a continuous space with the aft cockpit.

Going forward, the main dining area finds place, again surrounded by glass and featuring an impressive headroom.

The Yacht also features several common areas outside, including the large sundeck, the bow lounge and the spacious beach club.

The yacht’s beach club allows access to the full beam garage, featuring a side opening hullport for hauling and launching the main tender. Going forward there is the access to the engine room, through the engine control room, normally not found on board yachts of this size.

Lots of volume has been dedicated to crew on board this new Admiral. There is no doubt that ‘a happy crew, makes an Owner happy’. Starting from the pantry, the crew quarter features a very big galley, flooded with natural light, a large crew mess/lounge, a laundry, one captain cabin and two crew cabins, all with ensuite heads.

From the pantry, placed on the main deck, it is also possible for crew and guests to get to the raised bridge, which provides great views and guarantees perfect maneuvering to the Captain under way and during docking operations; from the raised pilot house it is also possible to get to the sundeck, thanks to an internal staircase. In the sundeck the second wheel station finds place.

‘Tremenda’ will be used by the Owner and his family on a private basis, initially in the Med and then in the Caribbean and US waters.

The military look of this new Admiral Yacht will certainly create the ‘turn head’ factor wherever ‘Tremenda’ will cruise around the world.