The planned 56m/184ft design consists of three decks with five staterooms and accommodation for up to nine crew. The design follows on from predecessors M/Y EXUMA (50m/164ft), M/Y GALILEO G (55m/180ft) and M/Y GRACE E (73m/240ft), all of which were designed by the renowned naval architect Philippe Briand.
Perini Navi Chairman and CEO Lamberto Tacoli commented on the recent sale:
“This 56m follows just weeks after the sale of a 60m sailing yacht [and] confirms the effectiveness of the path we have chosen and the value of the process of focusing on our products and the quality that distinguishes them. The market is starting to grow again and Perini Navi is and wants to continue to be among the key players worldwide. This is possible not only by virtue of our company’s reputation, but also due to the recognition of our yachts at a global level.”
The yard is currently constructing one 60m/197ft sailing yacht and three motor yachts ranging from 25m/82ft-56m/184ft.