Damiano Rizzardi’s work in designing the new INsix is really good. A coupe from the rediviva Rizzardi (which pleasantly resumed production last year with the IN 48) from the sports line that does not seem to give internal needs any concession. Yet, despite the appearances, to the benefit of aesthetics, the interior spaces are admirable. The three double cabins with three bathrooms all have the comfort (and the light) that transforms them from “spaces to spend the night” to “a place where I like to be”. So much so that the VIP cabin, located at the bow, is of similar size to the shipowner’s mid-ship. In addition, there is room for the local sailor with private bathroom at the bow. The same goes for the saloon where the kitchen is moved towards the cockpit.
Despite the choice made by the owner to stay very close to the total black, preferring only dark tones, there is no lack of light on the deck, so that the feeling of breakage between inside and outside is reduced to a minimum. To think of it even just 10 years ago, such a solution would have required keeping the lights on even during the day. Of course, on the INsix we are on board a 20-metre boat, not a small one, but considering the external space available to those who want a yacht to live on the sea and with as few obstacles as possible around, the result obtained is truly remarkable.
The power in the engine room can vary. From the two MAN engines of 1200 hp each up to the torque of 3100 hp total. The thrust is supported by the Top-System surface transmissions which, supported by the “Easy-trim” system. A solution that guarantees the yacht not only excellent performance with top speeds of the order of 50 knots, but also glide at low speed. Low-speed manoeuvrability is guaranteed by the joystick Xenta on the bridge.
Loa: 19.60 m; b.max: 4.88 m; Max eng. power:2×1550;