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Monaco. Admiral Tecnomar presents two new superyacht projects by Admiral

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30-05-2012. Admiral Tecnomar Group, leading company in the Superyacht construction and icon of the luxury created in Italy, in occasion of the 70th Grand Prix de Monaco has revealed two new projects.

Two lines that enrich Admiral brand with 7 new models, confirming the extreme dynamism of the Group strategy development.

The new Superyacht lines include: X Lence and C Force.

The presentation has taken place in the IYC - International Yacht Collection headquarter. IYC will be the Central Agency for one of the two new lines.


X Lence is the ideal Yacht for the Owner looking for space, comfort, natural light and an attractive design.

External lines, innovative and sinuous, represent an evolution in Yachting transforming the Vessel into a ‘sailing island’.

X Lence is designed to offer the maximum comfort and a total ‘explorative experience’ with no compromises.

Main characteristics of the model include the wide windows, the generous lateral terraces and the stylish external convivial areas with an extra large swimming pool.

Designed by ‘Uniellè’, in collaboration with Admiral Tecnomar ‘Centro Stile’, this line presents three models: 45 meters, 57 meters and 65 meters, with the same design philosophy inspired by the technical and constructive excellence.


C Force is the new Flagship of the Group.

Designed by ‘Uniellè’, in collaboration with Admiral Tecnomar ‘Centro Stile’, this line presents four models: 45 meters, 57 meters, 65 meters and 75 meters.

Technology meets functionality, for a Yacht designed for ocean navigation with the maximum comfort and an excellent performance in all sea conditions.

External lines, functional and innovative, are enriched by a very important outsized window which connects the Main and Upper Deck.

Full-height windows, passage-ways in glass and an external floor with inserts in glass guarantee an outstanding lightness.

The large beach area has been designed to be innovative and efficient, with two tilting swimming platforms in the side and in the stern.


Admiral was established in 1966.

In the mid 70’s Admiral launched one of the first 30 meter motoryachts ever built.

A milestone was laid in 1982 when the first aluminium 23.5 metre length motoryacht had been produced.

In 2005 Admiral entered the steel megayachts market over 50 metres.


In 2009 Giovanni Costantino purchased Tecnomar implementing and completing a radical reorganization and restructuration plan for the Company.

Since Costantino took control, more than 25 million Euros have been invested into corporate growth,improving facilities and quality control, making Tecnomar one of the “change management case history” of this sector world-wide.

In November 2011, with the purchase of the Admiral brand, the Company became Admiral Tecnomar the Yachting Group.

Financial stability, top management with high profiles together with innovative form of organization and supervision affirm the Group as one of the sectors “best in class”.

The application of modern management and operations techniques to industrial processes allows an extraordinary rationalization of design and production. The result is a quality with no compromise, punctual delivery time and an unbeatable “value for money”.

100% customization, exquisite details, high technology, great attention to the esthetical aspects of the design and exceptional craftsmanship are critical success factors for the Admiral Tecnomar Group.

Admiral Tecnomar Group now offers 7 distinct lines in composite, steel and aluminium alloy and a total of 25 models ranging from 30 meters to 75 meters.

The entire Fleet is certified “Green Plus” thanks to the application of design solutions, systems and operative procedures that allow great performances respecting the environmental and even exceeding the requirements established by the International Conventions regarding eco-compatibility.