Flair for Innovation: Evo Yacht’s EVO V8

Shereen Shabnam

Evo V8, the new flagship of Blue Emme Yachts brand Evo Yachts, is designed by Valerio Rivellini. The creation of this model, featuring clean lines and a refined design, was driven by the ambition to represent the ideal point of intersection between insights from the world of both sailing and motor yachts, introducing a new onboard lifestyle concept.

The designer and shipyard worked in total synergy to create a yacht combining both advanced technology and elegance, proposing such a unique style of navigation that no market segment exists today for this project.  

The interior layout can be fully customized. The first unit has spacious exteriors, a large lounge with dining area surrounded by hi-tech glazed surfaces that partially open, three cabins, four helm stations and two separate routes to the Main Deck.

Evo V8 is the new flagship of Evo Yachts, the revolutionary brand owned by Blu Emme Yachts. 24 meters in length, Evo V8 is the first yacht in the V line, which is designed to cater for a wide variety of uses and proposes a cruising concept at the point of intersection between the worlds of sailing and motor yachts.

The first unit has an innovative layout, not least in terms of the beach area, just 70 cm above the waterline, which enjoys seamless contact with nature and an unbroken 180-degree panoramic view thanks to hull sides that extend outwards.

Three steps connect the beach area with a low lounge space that precedes the master stateroom and has big sliding glass doors, allowing it to perform two functions: an open air patio offering shelter from the wind and sun, and a private living area for the owner.

The owner can close the door connecting the lounge and the exterior deck to create an exclusive 12-meter-long open space suite offering total privacy both during the day and at night. This original solution enables owners to reserve more than a third of the boat for their exclusive use, even when there are other guests on board. Confirming the versatility of this setting, the furnishings and decor share some of the same features as both the exterior deck and the master suite.

Inspired by the exclusive terraces of modern penthouses, the Roof Top – with four sun loungers, a shower and a refrigerator – is the ideal setting both for an aperitif at sundown and secluded relaxation during the day. 

The design process put a sharp focus on the concept of conviviality, borrowed from the experience of sailing yachts. As a result, the living area on the Main Deck forms part of the same whole, with the two yacht wheels on either side and the helm station on the Roof Top.

The bow area on the Main Deck features a comfortable C-shaped sofa, with a retractable central table that can be transformed into a sun lounger shaded by a sail-shaped awning.

The Main Deck is connected to the Lower Deck by two stairways designed to separate guest and crew flows. It contains a big panoramic lounge with a dining area, surrounded by large windows that partially open. The Lower Deck contains three cabins sleeping seven, as well as a crew cabin and the galley.

The Volvo Penta IPS 1350 engines deliver a top speed of 24 knots, with a cruising speed of 20 knots and a range of 400 miles. The carefully hidden storage areas contain not only the 3.4-metre tender, but also a jet ski, a sea bob and an electric scooter.

Evo V8 is a such a totally unique yacht that it is hard to categorise. It stands apart from all the models currently available on the market, successfully creating a new market segment of yachts that combine the latest construction techniques with an innovative interpretation of the life at sea.

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