Emerging from her shed in Italy earlier this week, the 55m hybrid superyacht Quinta Essentia from Admiral Yachts looked every bit the game-changer as she headed out for her launch.
Designed and developed by an incredibly experienced owner, Quinta Essentia is the largest yacht to have been built by the award-winning shipyard, and features the kind of engineering which could well change the standard for future motor yachts.
In a similar manner to the revolutionary hybrid propulsion system of the groundbreaking 84m/274ft motor yacht SAVANNAH, Quinta Essentia is powered by the seamless combination of two diesel engines and two electric motors. Not only is this configuration friendlier on the surrounding environment, it also ensures a quieter yachting experience when cruising at low speeds.
Whilst there is currently no confirmed details regarding her availability for charter vacations, her discerning owner’s previous yacht from Heesen, the 55m/180ft motor yacht Quite Essential, was open for charter shortly after her delivery in 2011.
With her innovative propulsion system, hybrid superyacht Quinta Essentia is very much at the forefront of cutting edge design
Featuring a much straighter bow than the owner’s previous yacht, Dobroserdov Design have used a very distinct combination of dark cherry red and arctic white on the exterior, whilst the interior by Michela Reverberi Studio is expected to bear the signature contemporary flourishes of the Italian designers.
Believed to be capable of accommodating up to 12 guests across a range of six generously sized staterooms, Quinta Essentia includes a full-beam master suite on the main deck forward and a VIP suite with 180 degree views on the upper deck.