Italy’s Tankoa Yachts has released renderings of its TLV62, a design created in collaboration with broker Giancarlo Mussino of Sinos, which also worked on Tankoa’s 164-foot Bintador, and yacht designer Luca Vallebona.
Based on Tankoa’s 196-foot platform, the TLV62 would be a 203-foot yacht with a near-vertical bow. The transom is open, and there are aft-deck terraces.
Inside, the TLV62’s salon is forward of and shorter than salons on similar-size motoryachts. The idea is to create a gradual transformation from the interior space to the outdoor deck with dining and a pool.
“Most of the time on superyachts, the main salon takes up a lot of space but is rarely used,” Vallebona stated in a press release. “So, I brought the living area outside, reduced the size of the dining room, and put a smaller TV lounge with its own A/V rack room and the main exterior dining table on the upper deck aft.”
Powered by twin CAT 3512 main engines, the superyacht has an estimated top speed of 16.5 knots and a projected range of 4,500 nautical miles at 12 knots.
How big would the master stateroom be? About 1,000 square feet, forward on the main deck.
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