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Superyacht MARANELLO, also known as HULL 143, is a 67m/220ft luxury yacht commissioned in the last quarter of 2021. She features interior and exterior styling from critically acclaimed designers Nuvolari Lenard. The accommodation will sleep up to 14 guests over seven en-suite cabins, while the crew complement and other details have yet to be revealed by the shipyard.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF MARANELLO: ~Renowned designers ~Accommodation for 14 guests ~Spacious beach club ~Emphasis on outdoor living ~Touch-n'-go helipad ~Hybrid propulsion
The exteriors designed by Nuvolari Lenard feature a sporty appearance with lines sweeping from the raked bow down to the lower deck beach club in the stern. The main deck, bridge deck and sundeck provide balanced indoor and outdoor social areas, with extensive space on the bow for a touch-n'-go helipad and sunbathing with sweeping views of the anchorage.
|Builder/Designer:||Nuvolari Lenard, CRN|
The interiors designed by Nuvolari Lenard have yet to be revealed by the shipyard.
The accommodation sleeps a total of 14 guests across 7 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite and 6 other guest cabins.
Amenities and Extras
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“There’s the pleasure derived from beauty - beautiful things alone can save us. There’s no explicit functionality which can show the way to project design related decision making. What moves everything is passion for beauty. This is the sexiest thing about the boat taken as an object which really makes it very different to houses, paintings, or other forms of art. The chance to put your boat object you have fallen in love with on show for all to see. It’s a near perverted aspect of wanting to share your very own passion with someone else. Boats can be shown off anywhere. And moreover you sleep inside her, you cruise in beautiful places with her and having style you probably enjoy better interiors than you have at home. " - Dan Lenard from Nuvolari – Lenard, a large, multi-award winning Italian yacht design firm.