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Imperial announces 100m Project Titanium


Winch-designed Project Titanium marks Monaco brokerage’s third collaboration with The Italian Sea Group – Admiral shipyard


Project Titanium has an exterior and interior by Winch Design

Imperial has announced it will act as owner’s representative and build supervisor for the 100m Project Titanium, which will be built by The Italian Sea Group – Admiral shipyard with delivery scheduled for 2025. Project Titanium marks the third collaboration between Imperial and Admiral, part of The Italian Sea Group along with Tecnomar and NCA Refit.

Julia Stewart, Director of Imperial, said: “Project Titanium confirms the strong and undisputed position of Imperial as one of the major brokers of the superyacht industry. Partnering with esteemed professionals such as Admiral and Winch Design on this project, with their proven track records, is further proof of the reputation Imperial has gained throughout the past 15 years.”

Admiral is part of The Italian Sea Group

Giuseppe Taranto, Vice Chairman of The Italian Sea Group – Admiral, said: “Imperial is now a consolidated partner of ours with whom we are capable of sharing know-how, values and purpose. Project Titanium represents a concrete step for us as a worldwide key player in the gigayacht industry.”

Featuring an exterior and interior by Winch Design, Project Titanium has been designed with particular attention to eco-sustainability and features an innovative diesel-electric propulsion system powered by Azipods.

Jim Dixon, Director, Yachts & Aviation at Winch Design, said: “It’s a privilege to be working with the esteemed Admiral Yachts on the build and again with the management team at Imperial. Project Titanium is incredibly dynamic and will be a landmark for the industry. We look forward to working closely with all those involved and can’t wait to see her develop.”