Her new owner explained how her name was chosen and why the 60m superyacht was so important as a way of life:
“We wanted a name that expressed the strong bond with my family: Seven because seven is the number of my grandchildren,” commented Ennio Doris. “With this new yacht we can all sail together, a passion that unites us and brings us together. I love Perini Navi yachts because they connect us with nature, with the magic of the sea, indescribable sensations like the rustling of the wind, the movement of the waves, nevertheless, without giving up modern conveniences.
“Seven is not a simple yacht, in fact, when you are on board a Perini Navi you will discover the true meaning of Made in Italy. Seven is the result of a project characterised by the artistic, creative and aesthetic spirit that uniquely distinguishes Italian excellence in the world. The owner is Italian, the yard is Italian, as is the crew and the architect who designed it – even the flag is Italian.”
The company is also announcing changes to its structure: Perini Navi will now include motor yachts as well as sailing yachts under one name, amalgamating with the Picchiotti brand. The Perini Navi logo has undergone slight changes to refine its appearance.
“S/Y Seven is an important project, a challenge that marked the beginning of the new path undertaken by the company,” comments Lamberto Tacoli, Chairman and CEO of Perini Navi “…We believe strongly in the projects that we are working on, with the aim of strengthening our offer and keeping intact the tradition, quality and innovation, values that are indispensable for Perini Navi.
Perini Navi has seen ongoing interest in its high quality workmanship and a fourth 60m sailing yacht has been sold to join sisterships SEVEN, SEAHAWK (available for charter) and PERSEUS^3, while a Letter of Intent has been signed for the construction of a new 42m sloop.