Keel laid for 53-metre Admiral Panorama superyacht

Italian Admiral shipyard has started the construction of the first hybrid yacht in the Panorama line
Apr 10 2024 • by Olga Selezneva 2 minutes to read

Admiral shipyard, which is part of The Italian Sea Group (TIGS), has laid the keel for the 53-metre hybrid model

The custom superyacht will be the third in the Panorama line, but the first one powered by hybrid propulsion. The sale of the yacht to a customer from Mexico was announced in 2023. The launch is scheduled for December 2025, and the delivery to the owner is expected in the first half of 2026. 

The all-aluminium yacht will be equipped with an innovative hybrid e-Motion propulsion system, where two diesel MAN engines are paired with electric alternators, providing energy for all on-board systems and charging the accumulators. While the powerful  lithium polymer batteries enable the yacht to run in hotel model for a few hours with zero emissions, vibration and noise. 

“The keel laying ceremony is a special moment in the construction of a yacht that begins to take concrete shape,” commented Giovanni Costantino, Founder & CEO of The Italian Sea Group. 

The idea behind the design of the Admiral Panorama 53M is the absence of visual barriers between interior spaces and open deck areas. The interior features natural materials like wood, various kinds of stone and rough metal. 

The yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests: there is a master cabin with a private terrace on the main deck, and five guest cabins below deck. There is a capacious garage for a 7.5-metre tender, a rescue boat, a couple of jet skis and other water toys below the foredeck. 

So far TIGS has only revealed a teaser for the Admiral Panorama 53M, so more renderings of the new yacht are expected shortly. 

Sign up to our newsletters
Sign up to email newsletters to keep abreast of the most significant news and events in the world of yachting, get analytical and feature articles and updates on new launches
Thank you!
You have successfully subscribed to our newsletter
Olga Selezneva
Olga Selezneva
Rate the article
Any questions about the article?
Related stories
21 Jun 2024 ⬥ Projects
The 29-metre yacht was designed by the Dutch shipyard in collaboration with Bernd Weel Design
19 Jun 2024 ⬥ Projects
A keel-laying ceremony for the 25.7-metre Kando85 explorer has been held at the AvA Yachts yard in Turkish Antalya
17 Jun 2024 ⬥ Projects
Polish Sunreef Yachts shipyard has added a new Sunreef 35M Eco catamaran to its range of sailing superyachts
17 Jun 2024 ⬥ Projects
Construction of the 23.5-metre XCEL Yachts catamaran is under way in the UAE
Order an article
You can make your contribution to the development of our project - offer the Editorial Board of portal to create a material on the yachting topic you are interested in and become its sponsor.
Other news
Next article
CRN to build 67-metre superyacht designed by Nuvolari Lenard
Italian CRN has signed a contract for a custom superyacht currently referred to as Project 146
Apr 5 2024