The Italian Sea Group has just announced the release of their 575th vessel, the ground-breaking long-range cruiser Admiral Planet Nine. Praising her “unique style that will attract attention in every port”, the Group’s CEO Giuseppe Taranto remarked that he was “confident she will be a benchmark in her category”.

The 146 foot/75 meter Ice Class yacht can easily handle strenuous expeditions thanks to an innovative design which combines power and performance with spacious and comfortable living areas. The deck boasts a helipad designed to accommodate an Agusta Grande helicopter as well as a hangar, refueling system and even a separate cabin with office space for the helicopter pilot.

Created with an adventurous live aboard owner in mind, 300 square meters of the main deck is dedicated to the owner’s cabin, a private lounge and a nearby second cabin which makes Planet Nine ideal for young families. There are five guest cabins located on the lower deck along with a cabin which can be used for the owner’s staff.

To ensure a discrete and comfortable experience for all on board, one of the two elevators linking the two decks is solely for the use of the crew. This allows guests to retire seamlessly from the expansive sundeck to the lower deck after a leisurely afternoon of sunbathing and relaxing in the on board spa facilities.

On the upper deck the roomy panoramic observatory lounge is the perfect space to watch the changing scenery and seascapes as Planet Nine explores some of the world’s most beautiful and isolated destinations. For those who prefer more active downtime, Planet Nine is equipped with two powerful 32 foot/9.7 metre Rupert Marine diesel tenders stored in two tender bays on the main deck to facilitate shore excursions.

Admiral will complete the build of Planet Nine over the coming months ready for her new owner to take ownership before the end of 2018.