Vanquish is positioning its new offspring, the VQ115 Veloce, as "a futuristic yacht with a laid-back groove."
Vanquish Superyachts, based in the Netherlands, is finalizing the development of its new flagship, the 35m VQ115 Veloce. New renders of the vessel, one of the fastest aluminum superyachts, have been released this week. Launching is scheduled for the second half of 2022.
The design of the VQ115 Veloce, like the interiors of the superyacht, was created by Guido De Groot. The ship's naval architecture was designed by Studio Delta. The yacht features a teak deck, composite hull and superstructure. The sporty exterior of the VQ115 Veloce features a sleek hull and integrated flybridge. Vanquish Superyachts notes the large capacity of the yacht, which is designed for long stays on board and has ample opportunities for water sports.
The interior layout of the new superyacht includes a multifunctional saloon with furniture that can be moved according to the needs of the owner. The vessel will accommodate eight guests. In addition to the master, VIP and guest cabins, guest space can be arranged in the media room with Pullman berths, a large TV and a high-end sound system. The yacht also features a dedicated work-from-home office space with its own cocktail bar.
Vanquish is positioning its new offspring as "a futuristic yacht with a laid-back groove." The interior is dominated by a marine blue hue, with teak flooring running from the stern through the entire interior.
The spacious foredeck features a lounge and al fresco dining area with Jacuzzi, while the flybridge features a second helmsman and sunbathing area. At the stern there is a garage with a VQ16 water scooter and a hydraulic platform for launching. And on the starboard side is a VQ11 scooter, as well as a recreation area and water toys.
Technical features of the VQ115 include a draft of 1.35 meters, which allows the yacht to navigate even in shallow water, as well as gyro stabilizers for more comfort while cruising.