Italian shipyard Antonini Navi presents the sport utility yacht SUY 135.

The new Sport Utility Yacht (SUY) is the first in Antonini Navi’s latest series of SUY superyachts. Aldo Manna (Partner and Sales Director of Antonini Navi) is the lead designer on this superyacht, with Fulvio De Simoni (design), and Studio Arrabito (architectural design) on board. Moravia (Central Agency) has been appointed as the Central Agency.

Hull number #1 is in construction at the shipyard’s facility in Italy and is expected to be delivered in 2026. The yacht measures 44m long and weighs 480GT.

SUY is the first in a series of new superyachts that Antonini Navi will build to meet the increasing demand for a class of superyachts that can sail in deep waters in comfort and luxury while still being close to the sea and marine life.

This superyacht combines a more traditional superyacht look with excellent world-cruising capabilities.

It is the first of a series of SUY Yachts, which will soon be followed by the SUY 190, SUY 108, and SUY.

“Exactly like an SUV in the automotive world, the SUY offers the opportunity to experience the vessel with no limits”, says Aldo Manna, Partner and Sales Director of Antonini Navi and Founder of the Sport Utility Yacht Concept. “The idea was created to allow the owner and his guests to enjoy their yacht at 360°, being able to have toys, amenities, tenders, and any other means suitable for the many sporting and recreational activities that the sea and its places can offer”.

“We are delighted to have this cooperation with Antonini Navi, a brand born under the flag of Gruppo Antonini, the historical Italian builder with over 70 years’ experience in naval construction and the operation of oil and gas field structures onshore and offshore, two sectors that demand extremely high quality. Antonini Navi has been building hulls for other major names in luxury yachting and the launch of their own superyacht line has already seen encouraging commercial results. We are proud to represent the Antonini SUY series; it’s an interesting and innovative concept with big volumes and great capacity to carry large water toys whilst, at the same time, a special attention is given to the yacht owner’s privacy and lifestyle”, says Alessandro Diomedi, Sales Broker at Moravia Yachting.

The naval architecture, engineering, and internal compartmentation allow the client to customize the interior and exterior fully.
The proposed interior layout includes a main deck connected by a raised deck and a short staircase. There are 5 guest cabins, and the accommodation consists of a 56 sq.m owner’s suite on the master deck and four en Suite cabins on the lower deck. The lower deck accommodates the captain and five crew members. The shipyard offers other arrangement options, such as a gym suite/spa/sauna and various cabin configurations.

The exterior spaces of the SUY 135 include a 40 sq.m veranda, with an outdoor dining space sheltered from the weather and made more secluded thanks to its location under the raised deck. A 35 sq.m. beach club with a transom jacuzzi is on the sun deck. A second jacuzzi on the sun deck maximizes the elevated views. A bar counter, a casual dining table, and sun pads are available. A sizeable transverse tender garage stows a 7m RIB and leaves plenty of room for water toys.

With a cruising speed of 10 knots and a maximum speed of 16 knots, the SUY 135 offers a range of up to 4,000nm and is equipped with zero-speed stabilizers for increased comfort.