Launch of the first X76 Loft by Extra Yachts

A division of Palumbo Superyachts, Extra Yachts has debuted the first model in its 23.4-meter Extra X76 Loft range. The naval architecture and exterior styling of the boat were created by Guida Design and the technical team at Palumbo Superyachts.

The first edition of the builder’s X76, Moanna II, was released in 2018, and the current version is the X76 Loft.

Significantly additional space on the aft, made possible by shifting the superstructure forward, is one of the new model’s key modifications. The owner requested a variety of modifications for this new X67 Loft, including a closed helm station on the inside and a separate hallway for crew operations.

Hot Lab, a Milan-based design firm, handled the interior. The 50 square meter cockpit, which includes a swim platform, sunpad, lounging area, and covered dining area, is an example of how the X76 Loft was built to enable open-plan socializing areas.

In order to provide a connection between the cooking area and the common areas, there is a galley on the back of the ship with a retractable window opening.

With solar panels that can power every onboard amenity, the X76 Loft also places more of an emphasis on sustainability.

Eight people can stay in four double cabins on the lower deck, including the owner’s cabin amidships, which has a full beam.

The twin Volvo Penta IPS 1350 engines that power the fiberglass-built X76 allow it to cruise at 15 knots and reach a top speed of 21 knots.

At the Cannes Yachting Festival in 2022, the X76 will make its official premiere.