DAHLAK a Perini Navi built by Picchiotti
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Built by the Perini Navi Group's Picchiotti shipyard in Italy's La Spezia, superyacht DAHLAK is the second 38m Racing Line craft, with launch in 2015. Luxury sailing yacht DAHLAK (hull C.2130) features sophisticated exterior design by Philippe Briand and beautiful, high volume interior design by Perini Navi Design Department.
|Type/Year:||a Perini Navi built by Picchiotti/2015|
|Builder/Designer:||Picchiotti, Philippe Briand, Perini Navi|
Perini Navi luxury yacht DAHLAK can comfortably sleep her guests in lovely interiors, which are characterised by a sporty elegance that aims to optimize space and storage areas to make life aboard even more comfortable.
ABS classed, DAHLAK by Perini Navi boasts a highly innovative 'Silent Night' system, which lets all on board systems run on batteries, while the generators are off. Guests can thus enjoy a full eight hours of complete silence.
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“A motor yacht was a kind of challenge I’d never experienced before. We decided to enter the market ... and believed the best way to be successful was to design something out of the box and very special.” Phillipe Brian, referring to his Vitruvius Yacht (by Picchiotti)