WABASH Benetti | From US$ 150,000 /wk
Superyacht WABASH is a 40.24m (132') luxury vessel built by the renowned Italian shipyard Benetti in 2018. She was previously known as yacht PERLA and features beautiful interiors by the well-known design studio Zuretti Interior Design, also from Italy. Her spacious accommodation spread over 6 well-anointed deluxe cabins, sleeping up to 10 guests, while taken care of by a highly-skilled crew of 7.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF WABASH: ~Foredeck Jacuzzi ~ Renowned interior designer ~Abundance of sunbathing areas ~Main salon and sky lounge bars ~Choice of indoor and outdoor dining areas ~Full beam main deck Master suite ~Steam shower and sauna in Master suite ~Great variety of water toys ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
The transom door of the tender garage folds down to create a spacious swim platform for sunbathing beside the water or spreading out with the water toys. Stairways lead up to the main deck aft, where there is a plush sofa lining the stern and two coffee tables for casual outdoor relaxation shaded by the upper deck overhang.
A starboard staircase leads from the main deck aft to the upper deck (bridge deck), where a circular alfresco dining area creates an intimate place for meals in the sea breeze. After dining, guests can rest on the sofas along the stern and watch the sunset over drinks.
The foredeck space is laid out with a C-shaped sofa around a coffee table, and two double sunbeds are farther forward. A recessed spa pool is placed on the bow to enjoy uninterrupted views of the surroundings and the whole area can be covered with bimini shades for all-day outdoor use.
The sundeck offers the best views onboard and places sun loungers along the stern, while amidships beneath the hardtop there is a lounge setting consisting of two sofas and two armchairs around a coffee table, forward of which is an alfresco dining table to seat all 12 guests. The hardtop has an automated roof hatch for sunshine or shade as guests desire, and farther forward there is a wet bar and spacious sunbed for resting in comfort.
The lower deck places the crew accommodation, mess and laundry services forward, followed by the majority of the guest accommodation amidships, the engine room aft and a large tender garage in the stern.
On the main deck, the Master suite is placed forward with the galley to port amidships and the main foyer to starboard. The aft interior combines the formal dining area and salon to create one spacious guest area with excellent flow. The dining table seats up to eight guests with a glass sliding door to starboard for fresh air and excellent views of the location. Behind, the lounge is the symmetrical setting that places a sofa and coffee table on both sides of the room with a bar in the aft port corner placed to serve
guests inside and out.
|Beam:||8.18m (26' 10")|
|Max Speed:||15 knots|
|Engines:||2x MTU, 12V 2000 M72, 290|
|Cruise Speed:||11 knots|
Aft of the helm station on the bridge deck, the Captain's cabin is to port and the double guest cabin to starboard. The aft skylounge comes furnished with a bar in the forward port corner, a drinks table immediately behind and a forward-facing corner sofa and coffee table on the starboard side. Full-height windows flood the interior with natural light and provide panoramic views of the surroundings.
A pair of MTU 12V 2000 M72 engines producing 2,900 HP allow for a top speed of 15 knots, a cruising speed of 11 knots and a range of 3,400 nautical miles.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 10 guests over 6 en-suite cabins with iPad controls: 1 Master suite, 2 VIP staterooms, 1 double cabin and 2 twin cabins. ~ The Master suite is placed on the main deck forward and is furnished with an aft-facing king-sized bed, with the 'his' closet as you enter the cabin and a walk-in-wardrobe for 'hers'. A sofa is placed on the starboard side of the room, and there are two chairs and a coffee table beneath the port windows. The en-suite bathroom has two sinks, a toilet, bidet and a steam shower and sauna. ~ On the lower deck aft of amidships there are two VIP staterooms to port and starboard. The starboard cabin is slightly larger, however both are furnished with a queen-sized bed, a small desk/vanity and an en-suite bathroom with a sink, toilet and shower. ~ The twin cabins are forward of the VIP staterooms on the lower deck and both have a Pullman berth along with an en-suite bathroom with a sink, toilet and shower. ~ The bridge deck hosts a double cabin amidships to starboard which has a queen-sized bed and an en-suite bathroom with a sink, toilet and shower. ~ The expert crew of 7 will ensure that every guest is well taken care of throughout their time on board.
Charter Amenities and Extras
~ 37' (11.3m) Valhalla towed tender, fully rigged for fishing ~ 2x waverunners ~ 2x seabobs ~ 2x jetsurf ~ 2x lift e-foil boards ~ 2x standup paddleboards ~ The Blob ~ Wakeboard ~ Towables ~ Snorkeling gear ~ Top of the line fishing gear, spearfishing gear, lobster equipment, with seasoned professional pelagic and inshore guide ~ Beach Setup ~ Scuba gear & dive compressor **Rendezvous Diving Only ~ 2x Drones
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Positive Customer Review: "One of the most memorable parts for me was the launch. I went with my wife, and Benetti had a Roman Catholic priest bless the yacht. It was very beautiful with all the Italian music and then the British national anthem, and it was all very unexpected. I thought I was just going to be putting the boat in the water, but in fact it turned into a very emotional day!" - Owner of a Benetti called motor yacht 11:11