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Tankoa Yachts – official statement MYS 2016

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Tankoa S701 – new model – SOLD

Expected time of delivery: September 2018 for Monaco Yacht Show.
A true evolution of our successful first launch from last year, S701 will be a step up in terms of layout, luxury and finish. S701 will be an LY3 Yacht, build to MCA commercial specifications and will be officially presented at the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show.

Tankoa Suerte S693 breaks charter records with 20 weeks consecutive charter

Despite Suerte was booked by Northrop&Johnson to be exhibited at the Monaco Yacht Show, the charterer who hired her for the entire season did ask for charter extension showing interest to the boat. We are happy for the owner of Suerte for the successfully chartered season that he made.

Tankoa S501 – to be delivered next April 2017

This first Tankoa in the S501 series was sold February 2015 to an experienced French client. Construction of this first 50 meter started early May 2015 and works in progress are perfectly on schedule time. Delivery is expected on time early April 2017.
 
Tankoa S621 – new 62m superyacht concept announced

In a 62 meter package, yacht designer Francesco Paszkowski created harmonious volumes characterized by the extended aft, as large as much larger yachts, with a oversized beach club, an elegant lounge and a infinity pool. Tankoa’s S621 incorporates all the qualities that distinguish the level of excellence Tankoa Yachts is know for, with the special leading role of the pool with vanishing edge that create the felling of a private space with no boundary.

Francesco Paszkowski commented: “ The new Tankoa S621 is inspired by the first two yachts of the shipyard - 69m Suerte and project S501- laying the foundation of the contemporary era of Tankoa Yachts. To the first inspirations, the new 62m adds and develops new distinctive features in order to create a yacht where the shipyard's signature is immediately recognizable. While the lines of the aft and those of the bow remind Tankoa S501 and the shape of the superstructure recalls Suerte, in the project of the 62m, the windows become larger to enhance light of the interiors while the superstructure becomes even more rigorous”.