Vanquish Superyachts has us excited after unveiling the rendering of the 115-feet VQ115 Veloce currently in build. Even before its owner has taken the beauty to the open seas, we know the VQ115 Veloce is set to be one of the fastest aluminum superyachts on the water. A powerful trio of MTU-Rolls-Royce 2650 engines with surface drives delivers a top speed of over 50 knots. The superyacht is sporty both inside and outside and entirely in sync with the brand DNA. As per Boat International, the 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.” The vessel flaunts an eye-catching interior layout. The decks are divided amongst a flexible main saloon, a full-beam main suite, and a VIP and guest cabin, all with their own bathrooms. There is ample use of nautical combinations, which are both soothing and sporty! Practicality comes into play with the installation of freestanding furniture that can be moved as required.
Movie buffs will be thoroughly entertained within a dedicated media room that includes a large television a high-end sound system for quieter evenings sans company. This room houses two Pullman berths which convert the space to a fourth cabin. There is a dedicated office space in tune with the work-from-home (or superyacht) culture. The office space boasts a neat pantry with its own cocktail bar, plus a day head to keep the lower deck private. The foredeck is apt for socializing with a large seating area.
Sunny days are enjoyed here by lazing on sunbeds and rejuvenating in a saltwater Jacuzzi. The VQ115 leaves plenty of space for a tender bay aft which will house a VQ16 with a hydraulic platform for easy launch and recovery. A second garage will place a VQ11 water scooter and double as a leisure area complete with a bait tank, paddleboards, SeaBobs, and other toys. Delivery of the VQ115 is slated for the end of 2022 in the Hamptons.
[Via: BOAT International]