Vanquish Superyachts has offered an exclusive first look inside its 35 metre VQ115 Veloce currently in build. The high-performance motor yacht was commissioned in October 2020 by a repeat client and is set to be one of the fastest aluminium superyachts on the water thanks to a trio of MTU-Rolls-Royce 2650 engines with surface drives, delivering a top speed in excess of 50 knots.
At 35 metres in length she will be the largest member of the Vanquish fleet when she is delivered to the Hamptons in 2022. A sporty exterior features a slender hull and integrated flybridge courtesy of Guido de Groot. According to the shipyard, the VQ115 Veloce will “allow large groups of people to be entertained, enjoy extended stays on board and tap into a wide range of watersports.”
Inside, the interior layout features a flexible main saloon with freestanding furniture that can be moved as required and accommodation for up to eight guests split between a master suite, VIP and guest cabin. There’s a dedicated media room for quieter evenings spent on board which doubles as a fourth cabin thanks to two Pullman berths. Initial discussions with the owner began with a VQ90 concept which evolved to include an extra cabin, a dedicated dining area on the lower deck and two garages.
For more information please visit Boat International.
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