The Italian Sea Group, having finished the furnishings and final sea trials, handed over the Kenshō,Admiral 75 M to the model’s owner, after being launched last November. The Kenshō was born from the partnership between the owner, the French agency Jouin Manku for interior design and the Azure Yacht Design studio which, along with the studio archineers.berlin, developed the exteriors.
“With the Kenshō, we can proudly confirm once again our specialized know-how and honed skills tailored to building mega-yachts inspired by the highest standards of innovation and beauty” stated Giuseppe Taranto, Vice Chairman and Chief Commercial Officer of The Italian Sea Group.
Measuring 74.85 metres in length and 12.80 metres in width, built in steel and aluminium, the Kenshō is equipped with a diesel-electric system featuring permanent magnet motors that allow for high efficiency and significant power within limited spaces.
The top speed Kenshō can reach is 15.4 knots with a cruising speed of 13.6 knots. The modelis able to host up to 16 guests in 8 cabins with a crew of 19.