Admiral “Geco”, the 55 metre charter mega yacht, enjoy the sea in all its beauty

The “Geco” a mega yacht by Admiral is an authentic masterpiece of Italian design, in its shape, lines and innovative solutions

24 May 2021 | by Redazione
The mega yacht Geco

For those who love the sea and relaxation and are on the hunt for dream destinations and unforgettable experiences, Admiral, the flagship brand of The Italian Sea Group, proposes the exclusive charter mega yacht, “Geco”, which, with its 55 metres, has a charming design and is an authentic Italian masterpiece in its shape, lines and innovative solutions.

The exterior design is fluid, luminous and elegant, with its dynamic lines flowing between decks and emphasising the rigorously handmade details, and its refined colour scheme following and highlighting the curves of the hull and superstructure.

The exterior is full of beautifully sculpted elements, like the bar, the sun area and the stainless steel stairs connecting the decks, while to the stern is the beach club, equipped with lateral glass sides, for protection from the wind and a large sun lounge platform with an ultramodern staircase for easy access to the sea.

The upper deck, extraordinarily beautiful and functional, connects the interior and exterior elements through a sliding glass door, eliminating the separation between the upper living area, the outdoor living area and the dining area. Even the bar area has been designed to flow freely between interior and exterior spaces, as can be seen in the large bar dedicated to wine tasting and cocktails.

Another of Geco’s characteristics is the heliport, located an the back of the yacht, delicately dominating the shape of the hull and presenting a lounge area which is perfect for unforgettable evenings in the open air. Lastly, the sun deck has a jacuzzi and a fully equipped gym.

The interiors, sophisticated and stunning, have a super glamorous atmosphere, uniting French allure with more contemporary Italian design: wooden French wainscotting, precious Italian marble, bronze details and leather wall coverings create a perfect balance between exclusive luxury and artisan mastery.

The colour shades have also been accurately selected, with neutral nuances, punctuated by bronze metallic details and decisive tones like navy blue and cognac orange. In the dining room, made in a circular design, is a large chandelier, a splendid work of art designed to enhance and envelope the room with an exceptional wave of hundreds of coloured crystals.

Made to measure to give passengers a singular and unforgettable experience, “Geco” can hold up to 12 people, who can stay in the owner suite with private study, the VIP cabins, and the four other suites available.

 

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