The Italian Sea Group has announced the sale of the third Panorama-designed superyacht from Admiral’s semi-custom lines, and the first hybrid propulsion model. The sale was completed with FGI Yacht Group introducing the buyer from Mexico, further expanding the team’s goal to increase sales in the America’s.
Sustainable Semi-Custom Production
The 173.10ft (53m) Panorama superyacht will be designed with an innovative hybrid e-Motion propulsion system with two diesel engines, four variable speed generators, two permanent magnet electric motors and a large bank of lithium polymer batteries.
These sustainable options power all the yacht’s services and comfort features for approximately eight hours at zero gas emissions, with zero vibrations. “In addition, the batteries allow the ship to access ports in full ‘electric mode’ [while the] ‘peak shaving’ function provided by the use of the batteries enables the yacht to avoid the startup of additional generators for only short period of times when loading peaks are higher,” the team shares.
Giovanni Costantino, Founder & CEO of the Italian Sea Group further states, “the Panorama project, with its three sales, confirms the path through the ‘semi-custom made’ segment. This superyacht, the first Admiral Panorama in its hybrid version, credits our constant search for sustainability to the lowest possible navigation in the sea and in the atmosphere. I am very proud to think that, today, with a total of 22 yachts in production, more than 50% are oriented to hybrid innovation, and that this process, which started in 2016 with the launch of the 55m superyacht Admiral Quinta Essentia, back then the first one in the world to install an hybrid propulsion in her range, is developing at full speed.”
Design features include continual lines from the yacht exterior to the interior to create a natural harmony from the outside in. Accommodation is available for 12 guests in five spacious staterooms, including an Owner’s cabin on the main deck with its own private terrace. Water toys include a 24ft tender, two jet skis, a rescue boat and several water toys stored in the bow open area in front of the wheelhouse.
The Italian Sea Group has stated the yacht will be delivered in December 2025.