BY APB Staff on 9 Mar 2020

Features 55-inch transparent head up display

A world leader in marine electronics for mega and maxi yachts, Team Italia has installed an unprecedented I-Bridge solution on board the award-winning Sanlorenzo 64Steel Attila, which debuted at the Monaco Yacht Show in September 2019 and is the Italian shipyard’s largest superyacht build to date. 

This modern, sleek and sophisticated I-Bridge solution includes both a 55-inch transparent head up display (HUD) that balances functionality with safety at sea, and the I-Chart, the exclusive Team Italia electronic chart table. 

Sanlorenzo 64steel Attila Sports Unique I Bridge By Team Italia 1

In Attila’s HUD, navigation data are available on the transparent display so the captain can easily check all the needed info and still keep fully focused on steering the yacht. 

Team Italia’s transparent display overlays the main data – such as route, waypoint, AIS and ARPA targets – with the actual navigation scenario, in addition to providing all other useful information. This solution is very different than augmented reality systems, where the data are overlaid onto an image from a camera.



With an LOA of 210ft and five decks, the 1,600 gross tonne Attila was awarded the 2019 MYS/RINA Award at the MYS Superyacht Awards the night before her premiere, with the judging panel recognising the yacht’s systems and technologies for being in compliance with the highest international standards for prevention of water and air pollution, set by RINA as a guarantee of “green” certification.

This 64Steel was also a winner at the recent World Yachts Trophies, winning the Best Interior Design Trophy. Her striking features include the double staircase that connects the pool and dining area to the Beach Club, complete with sauna, hammam, massage room and fitness room, au fil de l’eau. With the transom and lateral platforms open, the Beach Club has an area of 78sqm.

You can read more about Sanlorenzo’s 64Steel Attila in an upcoming issue of the print magazine. Stay tuned!

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