Stunning image of Project 575 by @admiralyachts #GPRepost,#reposter,#notetag@admiralyachts via @GPRepostApp ======> @admiralyachts:ADMIRAL PROJECT 575 – THE ADVENTURE SPIRIT OF ADMIRAL The Italian Sea Group is pleased to present Admiral “PROJECT 575”, the ultra innovative explorer yacht, already a new benchmark in her category.The 75 mt yacht is currently under construction and represents the 575th vessel since 1942 for the Group; her launch is expected in 2018. #admiralyachts
GETTING INSPIRED BY EMANUELE GIANNELLI AND HIS “VISIONARIES” New arrivals in The Italian Sea Group contemporary art collection. Among the many works of art that ship owners and visitors can admire in our central hall there are the “Visionaries” by Roman artist Emanuele Giannelli: a group of little resin figures that stand straight and proud on the ground, looking up to the sky towards an alternative dimension of reality. #admiralyachts
The 37 meter motor yacht 'Jedi' (left) was built by Tecnomar in 2014. Admiral Yachts is responsible for her design. The 38 meter motor yacht 'So'Mar' (middle) was built by Tansu in 2014. Tansu is responsible for her design. The 45 meter motor yacht 'Flying Dragon' (right) was built by Admiral Yachts in 2014. Dobroserdov Design and Luca Dini are responsible for her design.
THE ADMIRAL FLEET 142 boats launched up to 55 meters long, 13 different product lines, each one of a kind and unique in its style: In fifty years the ADMIRAL brand has become a landmark in international yachting for yachts, super yachts and mega yachts, synonymous with style, creativity, quality and design. Check it out on our new website: http://admiral-yachts.com/en/fleet/ #admiralyachts
NINA SUREL’S FAIRY WORLD Wood, laces, buttons, china, jewelry, flowers, clothes, blush and lip-glosses: Nina Surel, an Argentinian artist born in Buenos Aires, becomes part of The Italian Sea Group contemporary art collection with “Nectar”. #admiralyachts
THE ITALIAN SEA GROUP WELCOMES MIKHAIL CHEMIAKIN IN ITS ART COLLECTION Painter, stage designer, sculptor and publisher, but most of all a controversial representative of the nonconformist art tradition of St. Petersburg, Mikhail Chemiakin was born in Moscow in 1943. Two of his iconic still life paintings have recently joined The Italian Sea Group contemporary art collection: two big canvases (275x183 cm, each) representing a table full of food, glasses and china. #admiralyachts