Serenitas II Mengi-Yay
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The 31.70-metre motor yacht Serenitas II was launched in 2017 by Mengi-Yay. The exterior styling was designed by Ginton Naval Architects. Guido De Groot Design designed the interior design of the yacht.
Ten guests are accommodated in 5 ensuite cabins: owner's cabin, VIP and three double cabins.
The main deck salon features an ample seating, a formal dining area, and a galley adjacent to the crew area, which allows discreet service at all times.
Serenitas II Specifications
|Beam:||7.7m (25' 3")|
|L.O.A.:||31.7m (104' 0")|
|Engines:||2 x CAT C12 engines|
|Builder/Designer:||Mengi Yay, Guido De Groot Design, Ginton Naval Architects|
|Charter Locations:||Pula, Paros, Cannes, Calvi, Italian Riviera, St. Thomas, Crete, Napa Valley|
Spacious flybridge and foredeck seating areas serve as fantastic places for relaxation. Tender storage is located on the upper deck and provides space for a five-metre tender and a jet ski.
A pair of CAT C12 engines allows Serenitas II to reach a top speed of 13 knots. At 1o knots the yacht has a maximum range of 3,600 nm.
Five lovely cabins provide accommodation for 10 guests.
Amenities and Extras
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