Italian yard Cantieri di Pisa has has just unveiled a new line of sculptural superyachts penned by former Bugatti Designer Etienne Salomè, the man behind the $18.9 Bugatti La Voiture Noire’s interior.
The new Akhir series comprises three flybridge yachts, a 31-metre Akhir 110, 37-metre Akhir 122 and 42-metre Akhir 140, all will be made of composite hybrid of glass and carbon fiber to enhance performance and minimize the weight of the vessels.
Akhir 110 will be equipped with twin Caterpillar C32 engines rated at 2,400 hp, capable to reach a top speed of 29 knots and have a range of 900 nautical miles. A various range of engine configurations will be available for the Akhir 122 and Akhir 140, providing top speeds ranging from 27 to 30 knots and a maximum range between 800 and 900 nautical miles, as reported by Boat International.
According to the yard, the Akhir line boasts an impressive range of features commonly found on larger vessels, such as sea terraces that unfold, spacious flybridges, and interior floor-to-ceiling windows.
Cantieri di Pisa has a noteworthy history, having commenced the production of military and civilian boats in 1945, the company became famous during the 1960s and 1970s when it began developing a series of motor yachts named after the stars of the Eridanus constellation.