When luxury becomes speed
Magnum Marine 80 In spite of the size Magnum Marine 80 is very much a Magnum or a classic open always at the forefront of US models. As in every Magnum the separation between outside and the interiors below deck is clear cut. So there we have a really large wide open cockpit area, while everything else is below decks. As for performance the magnum 80 continues to deliver plenty as per tradition and is the most powerful one in terms of horsepower and the fastest of the selected f our. Novamarine Black Shiver 220 Novamarine is a renowned manufacturer of RIBS of all sizes. Black Shiver 220 is the almost 24 metre model capable of 50 knots which has remained faithful to the firm’s classic style. Wide lateral inflatable tubes clothe and blend with a really sporty and aggressive styling. As in every RIB, the lion’s share goes to the external areas thanks to ample sun bathing space with plenty of well distributed seating capacity to match. The interiors too are spacious: there are two cabins, a bathroom, galley and a separate crew area which make this RIB highly
comfortable by any standard.
Wally Power 80 Wally Power 80 also maintains her unmistakeable style which has been the yard’s leading feature in every motor yacht from Luca Bassani’s yard. In a nutshell therefore we have here “Stealth” which is simply exemplary of practical linear interiors and minimalism, with loads of high level constructive technology. All of this is Wally and so is Wally Power 80.
Italia by PC Design After having taken a fleeting glimpse at several superfast yachts, we can better appreciate the originality project “Italia” sports. The project design work comes from Matteo Cappellazzzo and Mattia Piro. In 2014 they opened their design studio PC Design dedicated to luxury yachts and
interior design, but not only. Their interpretation of superfast yachts is very personal. The two young designers have drawn up a vey linear compact looking yacht, featuring square and clear cut unique details which highlight the yachts aggressiveness. The silhouette is decidedly original and recalls, at least for me, the Shuttle where the coachroof is shifted forward with sleek, ample window like tinted ports in cut glass where, already forward of amidships at about one third of the yacht’s bow, the yacht reveals a clutter free deck, just as the Shuttle did when it would open up during its flights into outer space. But not considering this personal feeling, the concept proposed by Matteo Cappellazzo and Mattia Piro is very different to the excess we’ve often seen so far in yachting and designer magazines which publish concepts of objects which are passed as boats, but they’re not since they do not possess the minimum requirements which qualify them to take to sea in safety.
Coachroof and superstructure way forward, tinted cut glass window panels, huge clutter free deck space: Italia’s original lines remind me of the Shuttle when it used to open up in the course of its missions into Space.
Italia by PC Design – The two diagrams show the yacht’s essential lines her capacity to open out to fulfil diverse functions. The see thru Pyrex panels revealing the engine room are worthy of note.