The renowned Italian shipyard, Benetti has announced the successful launch of its 6th Fast 140’ superyacht, christened IRONMAN. The 42-metre semi-displacement fibreglass yacht hull BF206 belongs to the Class series with exterior lines by Stefano Righini and interiors by US-based designer Alfred Karram Jr and his studio Akj Design Concepts.
The interiors, sleeping up to 12 guests in six spacious cabins, have been designed by the well-known UK studio RWD, providing a yacht with an elegant and sophisticated appearance, with such important features as large glazed surfaces on the main deck, allowing for a huge amount of natural light. In addition, these huge windows offer exceptional panoramic views.
The main saloon features a spacious living area and a lovely dining area for up to 12 guests. Remaining on the same deck, IRONMAN boasts a huge full-beam master suite with ensuite bathroom, walk-in wardrobe and an office area.
Aft, the exterior deck area has been fitted with a sofa and low table that can be converted into a large dining table, perfect for a more relaxed alfresco dining experience.
The pilothouses located on the upper deck, together with the captain’s cabin, which boasts a double bed and a seating area, which can be separated thanks to sliding glass door. The exterior deck has a sunbathing area as well as additional seating and dining possibility, while the interior has a spacious lounge and a bar area.
Guests accommodation has been placed on the lower deck and includes two VIP cabin with double bed, two twin cabins and one additional VIP cabin with a double bed, which can be access via the twin cabin.
A huge beach club located aft on the lower deck provides great access to the water and the water toys and has been fitted with a bat and a living area.
The sun deck features two large L-shaped sofas while amidship there is a another C-shaped sofa, smoking tables, a bar and two comfortable sunbeams further aft.
IRONMAN boasts the innovative D2P_Displacement to Planing® hull with wave piercer, created by Pierluigi Ausonio in collaboration with the Azimut|Benetti Research and Development Centre which allows the vessel to have lower fuel consumption while cruising and at the same time allows for a top speed of 23 knots.