Seamore is the name of a new 33-metre superyacht that Antonini Navi has sold to an Italian owner with delivery scheduled for early 2025. The new order comes just 40 days after the sale of a 32-metre Explorer Yacht to a foreign owner.
The new project by Antonini Navi, a shipyard established in 2020 by the Antonini Group in partnership with Aldo Manna, bears the signature of the Hydro Tec studio for exterior design, architecture and naval engineering and of Hot Lab for the interiors.
Among Seamore’s key features are the more than 150 square metres of open-air spaces on the main deck, most of which can be enclosed by means of movable glass windows. A further 160 square metres of open-air spaces are located on the upper deck, of which 50 square metres are sheltered by a hard-top.
“We are immensely proud of the success the Antonini Group is achieving in the luxury yacht sector. The recent sale of two custom superyachts by Antonini Navi testifies to the commitment and vision of our group,” commented Simone Antonini, CEO of Antonini Navi.
For his part Aldo Manna, partner and commercial director of the shipyard, underlined how “with this sale we have officially occupied three of the four production slots available in the yard. All that remains for us is to close on a high note by selling the next unit with delivery in the 2026 season.”