Filed under: Yachts & Sailing
Itama Yachts, founded in Italy by Mario Amati in 1969, matched timeless style with the latest engineering. The sleek, powerful, blue-and-white boats became an instant hit with jetsetters and sportsmen on the Italian Riviera. The company's latest and largest offering, the $4 million SeventyFive (above), continues that tradition with new technology and style to spare. The 75-ft. motoryacht features high bows, a spectacular curved profile and a distinctively sleek structure created by a slim central roof.
An enormous carbon fiber and glass windshield and retractable canopy covers the cockpit, and large sliding sofas can be joined to form a vast horseshoe seating 12 people on deck. The layout includes three cabins and three baths below, as well as a twin crew cabin. Elegant materials are employed throughout, including natural teak and steel, wooden parquet floors, linen lacquered wall paneling and mosaic tiling for the bathrooms. With its twin 1823 hp MTU engines the yacht boasts peak speeds of up to 43 knots.