Yesterday was launched CROCUS, the 48-meter motoryacht of the Admiral fleet, the flagship brand of The Italian Sea Group, one of the most recognized international players in the luxury yachting sector, active in the construction and refit of motoryachts and ships up to 100 meters.
Luxury, but with a minimalist style
CROCUS, designed with the intention of recreating discreet and minimalist luxury, is based on the design of the ADMIRAL ATOS model, recognized for its technical performance and large guest areas, while remaining below 500GRT.
In particular, the design of CROCUS was developed to facilitate direct contact with the sea through the beach club, the decks and the layout of all environments.
The exteriors create a calm yet distinctive appeal; the silhouette is very clean and all the on-board components have been studied in detail. Teak handrails with a contrasting wenge wood strip, matte and glossy finishes, flash glass and highly geometric stern tails: every detail give to the overall shape an extremely elegant feel.
An extremely spacious motoryacht
The areas at the bow are dedicated to the technical compartments while the external garage can house tenders up to 7 meters and toy of all kinds.
On the main deck there’re the master bedroom, a very large dining area and the kitchen, while the lower deck houses the remaining 4 cabins. On the upper deck there is another very livable saloon. In addition to these large guest areas, on the lower deck, near the beach club, there are also storage spaces and areas dedicated to the crew.
The interiors have been designed to reflect a relaxed mood, in which every detail is created to express geometric composition and balanced proportions.
Carefully chosen to convey the classic “taste of home”, the colors and materials are timeless, . The strong contrasts between dark colors, such as brown, and light colors, including bright whites, soft grays and saffron accents, combined with tropical ebony wood, statuary marble, alcantara, give the interior an ultra modern style and contemporary.
CROCUS delivery is expected by the end of 2020.