SEVEN Perini Navi
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Launched early August, the 60m/170ft monohull sailing yacht SEVEN is the third sailing yacht of its length from Perini Navi, following S/Y SEAHAWK and renowned regatta winner S/Y PERSUEUS^3. As well as an aluminium hull, luxury yacht SEVEN also has two aluminium Panamax masts and carbon fibre rigging that can hold 2,000m² of sail.
Naval architect Ron Holland worked in conjunction with Perini Navi to fulfil the owner's requirements and create a modified design that diverges from the previous 60m sailing yachts from the yard. The interiors were designed by Dante O. Benini & Partners and it is the studio's first collaboration with the Perini Navi shipyard.
|Beam:||11.40m (37' 5")|
|Max Speed:||15 knots|
Her layout contains 5 guests cabins to sleep up to 10, while up to 9 crew are accommodated in the crew quarters.
More information on this superyacht is expected to be released shortly.
The accommodation will host up to 12 guests while the crew quarters will sleep 11, ensuring that everyone on board receives first-class service throughout their time on board.
Amenities and Extras
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"I’d say I was a sailor before a designer. My designing was influenced by my experiences. It doesn’t have to be that way, but it was with me. Becoming a designer wasn’t a strategic decision." - Ron Holland, founder of Ron Holland Design