Yachtbuilders at the Admiral shipyard in Marina di Carrara, Italy are it seems on a roll with the third launch of the year taking place in late April.
The 38 metre Tremenda follows two Impero series sisterships the first of which Cacos V delivered in 2013 and Nono in 2014.
She follows the launches of the 55 metre Quinta Essentia and the 50 metre Ouranos launched earlier month
The butch somewhat military looking Tremenda has a hefty, masculine, modern look about her. She packs a generous interior and exterior volume and like earlier Impero series yachts, features exterior design by Luca Dini and interior from Gian Marco Campanino.
With an aluminium construction, she is capable of reaching speeds over 20 knots. Her low draught allows her to cruise in shallow waters, making her ideal for Caribbean cruising which was one of the requirements the Owner had in mind when he started the project. He and his family plan to use the yacht on a private basis, initially in the Mediterranean and then in the Caribbean and the waters of the USA.
The interior layout features one full beam master suite, placed forward on the main deck with a full-beam bathroom. The suite with extra large windows offers sea views from every aspect. Four further guest cabins are located on the lower deck, each with ensuite bathrooms.
The light and airy interior design features dark joinery throughout, both in glossy and matt finish. This is alternated by rare marble panels and natural leather surfaces creating a pleasing balance between modern and essential maritime design elements.
The Yacht also features several common areas outside, including a large sundeck, and a spacious beach club aft that allows access to the full beam garage, featuring a side opening hull door for hauling and launching the main tender.
Going forward there is the access to the engine room, through an engine control room.