Tankoa Yachts unveiled a 76m superyacht concept T760 Apache that come with a double-walled glass-bottomed swimming pool suspended in the bow, designed inside and out by Alberto Mancini inspired by modern architecture.
Apache’s clean exterior lines are based on crisp horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines. It looks like the feathers of an arrow, with a beautiful and dynamic aspect and reduced bulwarks for an uninterrupted view out to sea and intimate contact with the water. Apache’s innovative beach club design features the folding side terraces that when deployed offer 125 sqm of space and a floodable swimming pool with access via a grand central staircase from the main deck.
The main deck salon and dining room occupy a light-filled area of 118 sqm. The deck also accommodates four guest cabins, a semi-open foredeck lounge and a gym, with a VIP suite at the bow. Located on the upper deck, the palatial master stateroom has direct access to a jaw-dropping 9.5m long Flying Pool. The pool has a glass allows light to be reflected through the water and fall into the lounge and gym on the deck below.
The bridge deck features a spacious wheelhouse with a separate radio room, a captain’s cabin, and an additional lounge for more intimate socializing.
Apache will has a displacement of 1,350 tons and a gross tonnage of 1,515GT. There are two propulsion options, the superyacht can reach a top speed of 16.5 knots, cruising speed of 15 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.
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