EVIVA a CRN Navetta 43 Superyacht
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Launched in 2009, the 43-metre superyacht EVIVA is the fifth Navetta 43 displacement vessel, built by the well known Italian shipyard, CRN, part of the Ferretti Group. Motor yacht EVIVA is entirely designed by Zuccon International Project.
|Type/Year:||a CRN Navetta 43 Superyacht/2009|
|Max Speed:||15.5 knots|
|Engines:||2xCaterpillar C32 C diese|
|Cruise Speed:||13 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Zuccon Intl., Zuccon International Project, Zuccon Int. Project, CRN|
Superyacht EVIVA features elegant and comfortable accommodation for up to 10 guests in 5 lovely cabins. The service aboard is ensured by a dedicated and friendly crew of 9.
Built in composite, the 43m Navetta 43 luxury yacht EVIVA can reach a top speed 15,5 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots. She is run by twin Caterpillar C32 C diesels. RINA classed and MCA compliant, EVIVA has a beam of 8,65m (28'38'') and a draft of 2,30m (7'55').
Accommodation aboard EVIVA yacht is divided into 5 beautifully appointed cabins for up to 10 guests. There is also accommodation for a professional crew of 9.
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