ADMIRAL – The Italian Sea Group launched the Impero 37 (m) christened NONO.

NONO is a fine example of the new Impero Series by Admiral. With exterior design by Luca Dini and interiors design by the Admiral ‘Centro Stile’, she is a semi displacement superyacht with raised pilot house, all built in aluminum and featuring a very modern and innovative line, a real design-breaker within her category.

She has been designed and engineered for long distance traveler vocation and she is able to reach a top speed of 20 knots.

NONO has an elegant metallic light-bronze hull and a pearl-white superstructure with mat black areas in correspondence of the main deck windows and hard top details.

The all yacht features large glass surfaces which deliver a lot of light to the interiors, making the guests feeling like in a modern villa.
This feature also helps with the overall design of the yacht, which seems lighter too, not to say that the interior volumes feel bigger than on other yachts of the same size. This is particularly emphasized in the aft area of the main salon, as this is an all glass area, only interrupted by little pieces of structures, as the engine room machinery, which is usually placed within this area, has been moved a bit forward.

The main deck features huge and comfortable spaces with substantial headroom, especially in the main salon area, while the full headroom opening sliding doors on both sides further contribute to the open space feeling of the deck. Within the main salon also the dining area finds place.

A little bit forward there is the separate pantry for crew, which is connected to the side deck through a watertight door; the pantry gives access to the wheelhouse and to the galley area, which is directly connected with the crew quarter, placed on the lower deck and including two double crew cabins and a captain’s cabin, all with ensuite bathroom. The crew area also includes a crew mess and a separate laundry.

Forward on the main deck is all about master cabin, taking the full beam of the yacht and featuring large side windows which give natural light to the whole environment.
The suite includes a large ensuite bathroom located aft, which is directly connected with two walking wardrobes, his and hers.

On the lower deck four large guest cabins find place, two of which are VIP’s and may be considered almost as a second and third owner’s cabin, due to the use of the yacht, which is going to be private only and used by the whole family of the Owner. Each cabin features its own bathroom and all the hullports are opening.

Going back to the main deck aft cockpit, the guests are surrounded by large spaces, all dedicate to relax, sunbathing and ‘al fresco’ dinners; this area also gives access to the aft beach club, where the transom door opens up, creating a big aft terrace. This area also includes a bar corner, a day head and a steam bath.
From this area crew and guests can easily access to the garage, which features a side opening door and has been designed for hosting tenders up to 5m, operated by a travel lift crane. The garage also gives the most comfortable access to the engine room, which also includes an engine control room and which can be also accessed from the main deck.

Forward on the main deck, placed on the port side, a structural staircase, hidden in the superstructure, bring the guests up on the sundeck; this is actually a huge terrace overlooking the sea, splitted in two different levels. The one forward is dedicate to dining and it’s also provided with a bar corner, lounge area and remote steering wheel position, while aft a big hot tube for up to 8 people is placed, taking a substantial part of the area. At the very forward aft end of the deck, it’s also possible to store a smaller tender, together with a jet ski, while at the forward end a wide companionway brings you down to the wheel house.

A further external space has been nicely obtained at the very forward end of the hull, lowering the technical anchor area which is hidden by two opening ports that deliver a clean and flushed bow area. This area is further enriched by a sitting area and a up & down coffee table. This area is very easily accessible through the main deck side passages, as those take to two staircase which bring you over the master suite and then again down to the bow. Over the master suite, just in front of the wheelhouse, a large sunbathing area is also provided.

NONO will be displayed at the 2014 edition of the Monaco Yacht Show and Fort Lauderdale Yacht Show 2014.

Admiral Impero 37 RPH NONO

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