Explorer Bow Sprit - 2025 177' 9" VITTORIA YACHTS
Adria Veneto Italy
The first design project put forward by Vittoria Yachts, is an Explorer at just over 50 meters long and approaching 500 GT. Designed for long voyages, the Bow Sprit stands out thanks to its characteristic bowspirit extending beyond the prow that gives this design its name. Defined by strong lines, it offers a unique distribution of outdoor spaces that can easily be reconfigured for your needs at a moment’s notice.
Defined by strong lines , it offers a unique distribution of outdoor spaces that can easily be reconfigured for your needs at a moment’s notice.
The large swimming pool located at the end of the stern is the centerpiece of the “ Beach Club ” area, while a second swimming pool , located on the highest deck, is available for entertainment on longer cruises.
A large “ crow’s nest ” is located above the Hard Top with a 360-degree view .
The layout includes 5 or 6 cabins , leaving ample space for the crew quarters, which can accommodate 8 crew members plus the Captain .
The tender is housed in a bay below deck with a side door for launch, a design solution which provides even more effective insulation between the guest cabins and the engine room.
The profile is reminiscent of a fishing boat, while the diagonal extensions to the rub rails along the sides are usually typical of working boats, offering a practical safety feature.
A unique aspect of the layout is that the tenders are positioned amid ships on the lower deck, which can be accessed by stairs on both sides of the main deck. The spaces are intended to be used as a “ winter garden ”, that can be opened or closed with sliding glass panels. The wheelhouse is designed with a “ walk-around ” console with a sofa in front, to allow guests to take in all of the views .
The sun deck offers guests an array of facilities to enjoy while socializing , and a second swimming pool is topped by a crow’s nest, or observation deck.
Powered by MTU 16V2000M61 engines , the yacht can reach a top speed of 16 knots , ua cruising speed of 14 knots and a range of more than 6000 nm at an economical speed of 10 knots.
The accommodation layout will be according to the GAP drawing and outline profile that will be part of the building specification.
In case of discrepancies between drawings and Specification the latter is to prevail.
Final bulkhead positions and dimensions are to be defined when hull and superstructure drawings (lines and construction) are finished.
The construction of the interior is to comply with the applicable requirements of the Flag and Class. The weight saving construction shall always respect the needs of the noise and vibrations reduction.
The installation and the fasteners should avoid any cause of noise and should be of anti-corrosive material. In all instances fastenings are to be suitable for the marine environment.
Furniture and appliances must be secured to the Yacht structures so as to remain fixed in case of rough seas.
To avoid noise such as creaking or squeaking of fitted items and materials, suitable felts, bedding compounds etc. shall be used. In General all panels and furniture shall be fixed with positive means not glued.
Appliances, entertainment systems, air conditioning and ventilation equipment, light fittings, alarm and fire detection sensors, electrical panels, fixtures and fittings in general shall be integrated in the interiors design drawings within the limits of the Flag State Authority and Classification Society Regulations.
All materials, items of equipment to be used for furniture, walls, ceilings, partitions and insulation are new of first class quality, suitable for the purpose intended.