EMUNA a Ferretti 800 Superyacht
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The lovely 2013 motor yacht Emuna is a Ferretti 800 vessel, constructed by the leading Italian shipyard, Ferretti Yachts. Emuna yacht represents an excellent example of the partnership between the yard's in-house team, the Centro Stile designers, Gianni Zuccon from Studio Zuccon International Project, as well as AYT - Advanced Yacht Technology.
|Type/Year:||a Ferretti 800 Superyacht/2013|
|Max Speed:||31 knots|
|Engines:||2xMTU 12V 2000 M94 2450hp|
|Cruise Speed:||27 knots|
Ferretti 800 superyacht Emuna can easily sleep up to 8 guests in 4 magnificent cabins, including a generous master stateroom, as well as two VIP cabins. The vessel is managed by a professional and friendly crew of 2 members.
Luxury yacht Emuna can achieve an impressive maximum speed of 31 knots and a cruising speed of 27 knots, thanks to her twin MTU 12V 2000 M94 2450hp diesel engines. She features a beam of 6,27m (20'7'') and her draft is of 1,88m (6'2'').
Accommodation aboard Emuna yacht is offered to a total number of 8 guests. There are 4 lovely cabins, including a large master stateroom, as well as two VIP cabins. The vessel also carries a dedicated crew of 2 professionals.
Amenities and Extras
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'The architect must be humble and set as a goal the appreciation for the client’s history and only then will he succeed in creating that affinity with his “mentor”. Knowing who the client is creates a continuity which allows the designer to interpret and express in the product the firm’s culture and identity. Design plays a significant and strategic role in seeking and maintaining the corporate identity and is not produced to be an aesthetic embellishment, but as a productive force capable of coordinating all the other elements contributing to the design, structure and the realization of a product.' - Founders of Zuccon International Project: Giovanni Zuccon; Paola Galeazzi