Tankoa’s next step introducing the S702 Next 70

– Owner’s suite distributed on two decks with direct private access between the main and upper deck.
– Forward helipad 
– Tenders stowed under the helipad
– Large beach club 
– Frameless glass bulwarks
– 2 glass pools on the main deck aft and the forward upper deck
– Flexible cabin arrangement
In the wake of the success of the 69.3m Suerte and the 72m Solo, Tankoa has developed together with Francesco Paszkowski a new 70m project with bold and captivating lines characterized by a vertical bow stem.


In addition to the vertical bow, the exterior design of the NEXT 70 is defined by the arcs that connect and unite all the deck left in the stern to provide a sense of balance and continuity.
Three different superstructure profiles can be integrated into the exterior styling to offer owners a wide choice of design. “Building on the success of
Suerte and Solo, this new 70 metre design incorporates the distinctive brand features of Tankoa and combines them with new solutions,” says Francesco Paszkowski “The aim has been to develop a yacht with innovative stylistic and technical features that will confirm Tankoa’s status at the forefront of the superyacht sector.”
A series of design details from the stern fairleads and half
– moon shapes to the black chine in the bow and the black V
– pattern on the hard top, reflect Tankoa’s design philosophy.
The vertical bow also recalls the 50
– metre projects launched by the yard and will be carried forward into future designs. The vertical forward glazing contrasts powerfully with the gentle S
– shaped bend of the arcs in the stern.
One of the salient features of this project is the interior layout, especially the forward area that is arranged on two connected levels between the main and upper decks.


The master suite is spread over the main deck and upper deck for a total area of about 150 sqm with side terraces and a private gym. It is directly connected to the foredeck and helipad via the upper deck and an internal private staircase. A skylight brings light into this passage that opens up into a large space comprising a panoramic lounge and dining area/meeting room.
Like residential seaside homes, the side bulwarks on the upper deck are glazed to provide transparency and uninterrupted sea views. In fact, all the external areas are designed as terraces overlooking the sea with plentiful use of frameless glass to increa se visual contact with the marine


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