Designer Carlo Galeazzi has done a fantastic job, offering an elegant, well-balanced boat with flowing modern lines which, without eye saw excess traditional to the Italian shipyard’s style.
The hull and deck superstructures have been constructed in GRP built over 3 decks the Technema 95 has superb external and internal living areas notable for there elegance and comfort: the flying bridge features a spectacular view all round the yacht and spacious semicircular sofas with comfortable sundecks, so entertaining guests or friends can be a simple affair.
The large bar on the upper deck is equipped with sink, fridge and icemaker. The layout aft of the flybridge includes accommodation for two jet skis or a large tender, while the helm position is situated forward, protected by an efficient windshield. The cockpit provides ample space for a sofa plus a fibreglass table and chairs if required
The interior envisages different custom solutions with options of 4 or 5 cabins. There is a large saloon on the upper deck aligned with the dining area and a table to seat 10, plus a separate zone which can be used as an office or other variations depending on individual requirements, leading on from here you will find yourself in the technology encrusted bridge which comes fully loaded with everything you would expect from a yacht of this size.
Below deck in the 4 cabin layout you will find an owner’s suite with dressing room and spacious bathroom with Jacuzzi or, on request, a hydro-massage shower. Still on the lower deck there is a VIP cabin and 2 double guest cabins, each with private bathroom. The crew’s area is forward and consists of 2 cabins for four persons, with separate bathrooms.
The 5 cabin version envisages two solutions with different compartmentalisation: the first one has the owner’s suite on the upper deck while the pantry area is extended thus leaving more space for the crew’s quarters; in the second version all the cabins are on the lower deck.
The Technema 95 is also rich in instrumentation, both on the internal and flying bridges, with state of the art autopilot, radar, plotter, etc.. The standard accessories too are high level with hot/cold air-conditioning in all the rooms and plasma TV in the saloon and cabins. In the saloon an electrically controlled mechanised system slides away a large painting to reveal a flat TV screen set flush to the wall.
As for the décor, it is left to the owner to choose an architect for the highest level of customisation. The first three boats produced, for example, bore the signatures of two different specialists: the first was by Reberberi and the others by Carlo Trezzi. As you would expect from any top custom yacht projects the owner can adapt the vessel to his tastes in the choice of woods and materials: cherry, maple or stained oak, marble, broadloom, fabrics and bathroom fixtures.
For the bathroom floors you can choose practical teak or go for marble, while the most demanding customers may opt for mosaics, another decidedly exclusive alternative which, obviously, does not come under standard accessories but will give that individual feel to their yacht.
Posillipo offer a pair of 2x24000hp MTU engines that will give the Technema 95 and impressive Top speed of 31 knots and a comfortable cruising speed of 25 knots.
Carlo Galeazzi has produced an inspiring yacht in the Technema 95 incorporating elegance, comfort and technology to produce a beautiful peace of Italian yacht design and building.
Posillipo owner views at the ILBC www.worldsportsboats.ning.com
Great review and a very nice yacht, not an italian builder im that familar with wonder why they arent as well known as some of the others especially when they produce such a beautifully yacht as this one.