Though its façade is commanding, the interiors are comforting. Inside, three spacious decks hold multiple entertainment options including an outdoor lounge pool, a bar, a wine cooler, and expansive televisions. The vessels can be fit with either four of five bedrooms, depending on the owner’s preferences, in addition to two crew cabins. Other customization options include the exterior color—though gray is the most shark-like, buyers could also go for black, red, or white—and the engine model. Depending on the latter, the shark glides at top speeds of 15 knots or 16.5 knots and cruises at 13.5 knots or 15.5 knots.
According to Robb Report, three Squalo Trentas are already in production and will be delivered in late 2023. The boats have been highly anticipated since the concept made waves—no pun intended—in 2022, bringing home the 2022 International Yacht & Aviation Awards’ top award for a concept under 40 meters and was shortlisted for the same competition’s interior design award.