EXTRA Yachts Unveils New 34.5m X115 Triplex Model

By Emily Dawkins

Italian shipyard EXTRA Yachts, a brand of ISA Yachts and part of the Palumbo Superyachts network, has revealed its latest model within its Triplex range: 34.5m X115 Triplex.

Designed to guarantee guests with a close connection to both the sea and nature, the new EXTRA semi-displacement yacht offers large and versatile spaces both inside and out. 

Featuring exterior design by Palumbo Superyachts and Francesco Guida, this new and luxurious 34.5m tri-deck model boasts a contemporary profile with several outdoor areas for relaxing or entertaining onboard. 

On the main deck, the cockpit is adorned with two foldable balconies which extend the space by over 75sqm, alongside a comfortable living area with sunpads and a sofa. A jacuzzi at the bow with an additional lounging area, and numerous alfresco dining areas across the upper deck and sun deck present guests with the ultimate yachting experience. 

Inside, owners can decide between five or six cabins, with a forward, full-beam master suite, complete with private balcony, separate wardrobe, vanity, office desk and ensuite bathroom on the main deck, recommended within every vessel. Below deck, four guest cabins can be found: two VIP cabins with double beds and two cabins with single beds, all with ensuite bathrooms.

Italian design studio Hot Lab are responsible for the interiors of the new model, exquisitely adorning a layout that has been optimised to ensure unparalleled tranquillity onboard. The Italian studio has created a, ‘neat, precise style, never out of place, as a whole and in the most minute detail’ according to EXTRA, with stylish finishes including soft, embracing shapes offering both visual and practical comfort. 

Other highlights of the new model include a 4.6m tender garage, as well as seabobs built into the transom with a hydraulic sinking platform for easy access to the water. 

With a draft of 2.2m and a beam of 7.75m, X115 will be powered by three Volvo Penta IPS engines, each with a horsepower of 1,000, creating maximum speeds of 17.5 knots and cruising speeds of 12.

By Emily Dawkins