The combination of top design from an Italian workshop and the best of American creativity invented a unique project in the form of a superyacht.This unique three-story luxury yacht, commissioned by an American client, which signals significant progress for the Italian court. The 160-foot combines elegant Italian interior and exterior, written by Enrico Gobbi's design team in Venice, with technological and mechanical components from the United States.
The EIV silhouette offers elegant lines, balanced proportions, which are enriched with a continuous glass surface. It takes design ideas from the automotive industry and sports ventilation grilles similar to those of a sports coupe. It has a shallow dive of more than 7 feet and exceptional stability, which allows it to sail comfortably in areas around the US, such as the Bahamas, the Caribbean, and the waters off South Florida. If we look into the bowels at the very soul that moves the yacht, we will see there twin MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines capable of blowing 2,400 rpm. It has a top speed of 19 knots, a cruising speed of 15 knots, and can sail at 3,600 nautical miles when sailing on more relaxed 10 knots. Although its specifications are not impressive, this inner yacht really sets it apart.
The interior, designed with maximum sensitivity and a combination of modern interiors, combines a number of rich materials, such as leather, onyx and bronze brass. Most of the decorative lamps and furniture were designed by Gobbi himself and finished in top fabrics from luxury brands such as Hermès, Rubelli, and Armani Casa.
The generous open-plan layout accommodates up to eight guests in four lower-floor en suite double cabins, while the owner can use the complete remote master suite, located on the main deck, and has an intimate private upstairs terrace. right side. The interior flows artificially to the exterior thanks to floor-to-ceiling glass windows and sliding doors. Outside, sailors can use the oversized pool on the terrace, as well as the wet bar and sun loungers.