Adler has just started the construction of their first ever 25.25 meter/82.8 foot Suprema X superyacht at the Alto Adriatico shipyard in Monfalcone. In design she has much in common with her smaller sister, the Suprema, which made her debut back in 2016. Points of similarity include the robust carbon fiber and Kevlar hull and graceful styling courtesy of Italian design studio Nuvolari Lenard.
An additional 2 meters of length will give the new Suprema X increased interior space which has been used to incorporate four guest suites which can receive up to 8 overnight guests, a hot tub on the foredeck and an open plan configuration on the main deck with a large lounge and formal dining area. She also boasts a large sea level platform which is the perfect spot for young families to enjoy the proximity to the water or to just relax and meditate on the calm sea with a refreshing aperitif before dinner.
Suprema X’s star feature, though, is her innovative hybrid propulsion system which will appeal to eco-conscious owners. The system consists of two electric motors and generators, battery banks of 170kW two Caterpillar C18 engines. This means she can cruise in full electric mode at 10 knots with minimal noise and pollution, making her ideal for exploring sensitive ecological sites or simply enjoying a relaxed onboard experience. The X60 also comes with the option of conventional diesel propulsion which will give her a top speed of 30 knots.
Suprema X will come with two options for the flybridge layout depending on each owner’s individual needs. The first option is a T-top design combining a hard top and sunsails to provide additional space for sunbathing and enjoying the 360 degree views. The second option is an enclosed sky lounge in the place of the main deck wheelhouse which is replaced with a single helm station. It is not yet known which layout will feature on the first Suprema X model which is scheduled for launch in 2019.