The Italian shipyard Tankoa Yachts presents a 50-meter superyacht S501 Bintador at the Monaco Yacht Show. This year the exhibition will be from 25 to 28 September.
The vessel is equipped with a hybrid power plant, two diesel engines MTU 8V 4000 M54, two electric motors and generators with a capacity of 300 kW. Using diesel-electric mode, the yacht can speed up to 10.5 knots and sail 4,900 nautical miles. With such technical equipment, fuel is spent twice less and the noise level is reduced. If you go into the mode of the bust, the vessel will speed up to 18 knots.
Francesco and Margherita Paczkowski Casprini designed interiors of the S501 Bintador. There is a lot of light on the deck, and only natural materials are used in the decoration. The hull of the yacht is made of steel with an aluminum superstructure.
The cockpit on the upper deck is complemented by sun loungers, a large sofa around the perimeter and a folding bar. There is a stunning panorama with lounge zone in the bow of the superyacht and a solarium. A gym, two cabins with king-size beds, two cabins with twin beds and crew rooms are located downstairs.
The last equipment of superyachts will be demonstrated in August after that the sea trials of Bintador is planned.