Measuring 28.3m/93ft, the model follows on from the ‘entry-level’ EXTRA 76 and EXTRA 86 motor yachts. She is constructed with a carbon composite hull and superstructure, producing a shallow draft for Owners who want to be able to navigate shallow waterways while enjoying the luxuries more often associated with larger craft.
Francesco Guida produced her interior and exterior styling, and long seamless windows along both sides of the hull give plenty of natural light to the accommodation on the lower deck while the dark tint ensures privacy and matches perfectly with the rest of the exterior styling. The main salon and flybridge interior also benefit from large windows to create the impression of being ‘inside a large crystal dome’ according to the shipyard.
Alfresco living spaces for guests can be found on the main deck aft, foredeck, and the upper deck aft in particular is laid out with sofas, chaise-loungers and drinks tables for a place to rest outdoors after dining at the 12-seater alfresco dining table.
Within, the accommodation provides for up to 10 guests in five spacious en-suite cabins consisting of a main deck full-beam Master suite, two lower deck VIP staterooms and two single cabins. The crew quarters are also situated on the lower deck and consist of three cabins, two bathrooms, a dinette and a laundry.
In addition to the accommodation, the main deck hosts the salon and pantry, while up on the flybridge there is a galley and bridge.
Triple Volvo Penta IPS engines each producing 1,000 HP create a top speed of 18.5 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.
Palumbo Yachts will be displaying the EXTRA 86, EXTRA 86 FAST and EXTRA 93 at the Cannes Yachting Festival this September, while the 130 ALLOY series flagship will debut at the Monaco yacht Show 2019.