Italian architect and yacht design Luca Vallebona unveiled his 62m yacht design GRAVITY

GRAVITY is a full-aluminum motor yacht with asymmetrical design features, as seen on Luca Vallebona’s previous design TLV62 for the Italien shipyard Tankoa Yachts. The exterior design of GRAVITY appears sleek, sporty, yet elegant. The arrow-shaped line from the beginning of the wheelhouse to the sundeck and down to the main deck is a great eye-catcher.

The bow area has a touch-and-go-helipad and houses the tender garage. It is big enough to host an 8.5m tender alongside a 6m boat—furthermore, a 4.20m rescue tender and four jet skis.

The owner’s cabin features a maximum of privacy. The crew has a separate way and separate access to the owners’ private area. The style of the interior design is described with a dualism between vertical and horizontal lines. The galley has large windows that guests can see how the crew is preparing the food.

Interestingly, according to the press release, the crew mess is on the main deck forward instead of the lower deck. But there are eight crew cabins and six guest cabins.

The yacht’s propulsion is composed of two Caterpillar 3512 that meet IMO III requirements. GRAVITY’s cruising speed is 14 knots, and the maximum speed is 16 knots. The operating range is 4,500 nautical miles at 12 knots.

Main Specifications of GRAVITY

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Range @ 12 Knots