Kenshō superyacht

The new 75m Kenshō superyacht | Source: Boat International

New 75m Flagship Superyacht Kensho Sets Sail From Admiral Yachts Shipyard

Admiral Yachts’ newest flagship model, stretching 75 metres, launched from Admiral’s parent brand, Italian Sea Group’s, shipyard in Marina di Carrara, Italy on Wednesday. The luxury superyacht Kensho is 1.8 metres longer than its A$132 million predecessor Planet Nine and will be available for charter at Y.CO from summer 2022.

The beautiful vessel, designed by Azure Yacht Design & Naval Architecture, is a stylish steel and aluminium construction with Italian Sea Group’s founder and CEO Giovanni Constantino commenting positively on the build.

Working on this masterpiece has been a wonderful experience. Thanks to Kensho, we can confirm our specific knowledge and skills in the construction of superyachts of great innovation and beauty.

Highlights of the beautiful boat include a large beach-club-style swimming pool facing the stern offering ‘mesmerising’ sea-level views. A unique Wheelhouse position provides space for a forward living area on the upper deck and the main saloon area is flanked by floor-to-ceiling windows with seating for 16 people.

Kensho main saloon
Kensho main saloon | Source: Boat International
Kensho pool
Kensho pool | Source: Yacht Harbour
Kensho front deck
Kensho front deck | Source: Yacht Harbour

The interior is the work of Paris-based design studio Agence Jouin Manku. It’s a wonderfully modern array of teak, marble, onyx, silk, wool, bronze and glass that forms an intimate, open-plan and stylish setting.

The spacious superyacht has accommodation for up to 16 guests spread across eight cabins including a full 13-metre beam master suite and seven ensuite cabins. A further 12 cabins provide the space for the 20 strong crew who support the yacht.

Kenshō is also a state-of-the-art hybrid superyacht powered by a diesel-electric propulsion system. The permanent magnet electric motors are highly efficient and powerful enough to carry the yacht to a range of 4,350 nautical miles and up to a top speed of 15.4 knots.

Admiral Yachts Kensho
Source: Boat International

If you’re interested in reading more about superyachts, have a look at the $700m nuclear-powered superyachts or take a look inside the A$15 million apartments aboard the ‘world’s biggest yacht’.

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