Building on The Enata Group’s ground-breaking Foiler yacht, the new Vatoz ups the ante with sleek lines by designer Timur Bozca.
If you’ve seen the Foiler yacht on social media, you’ll know that this is no ordinary tender. Like something out of Thunderbirds, the Foiler slips from the sea and flies across the surface of the water at eye-watering speed and now, The Enata Group has taken things to the next level with the limited-edition Vatoz.
Based on the 10-metre Foiler chassis and limited to just eight units, the Vatoz benefits from the insights of acclaimed yacht designer Timur Bozca who has applied sleek, sophisticated lines to both the yacht’s exterior and its luxurious interior, complemented by cutting edge aerodynamic technology.
Vatoz’s sleek design, inspired by a stingray, blends function and form in a style befitting the new generation of yachts. Its organic and muscular exterior has been designed to emphasise its epic presence while expertly manipulating the airflow around the cabin.
At the heart of the carbon fibre yacht is the side wings, which, in addition to allowing the yacht to race 1.5-metres above the water at 40 knots with optimal control thanks to the company’s proprietary, sophisticated Wingman management system, but are also designed to provide easy access to the front area while also preventing the waves from reaching the cabin.
These wings not only enhance the vessel’s agility but also provide ample room for storing essentials such as surfboards, reaffirming its forward-thinking approach to the future of yachting.
The interior of Vatoz continues the design theme from the luxurious exterior. A stylish cabin provides the best owner experience possible and is filled with natural light. Elegant tinted windows and a skylight further amplify the sense of spaciousness.
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