The 42.67 metre superyacht Veloce 140’ will make her world debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2014. The latest vessel in the Benetti Class Fast Displacement range features exterior styling and concept by Stefano Righini, with an interior by RWD-Redman Whitely Dixon in collaboration with the owner’s designer.
One of her most distinguishing features is the new D2P hull designed by Pierluigi Ausonio Naval Architecture Studio and the Azimut|Benetti Research and Development Centre. Some significant advantages to this hull design include energy saving, a 12 knot cruising speed and the ability to travel at speeds over 20 knots in total comfort.
She is also characterised by highly customised interiors, starting with the layout that can be designed according to the owner’s requirements. The interior and exterior decor was entrusted to international architect, Joao Armentano. The woods used include light gray Tay and slate gray Tabu for the flooring. The decorative elements are in a silver lacquer finish and the ceilings in alcantara and a white lacquer finish. All stainless steel features come with a satin finish. The interior furnishings are by Minotti, the lamps by Flos and the taps and fittings by Gessi.
Powered by two MTU 12V 4000 M93L 3500 mhp engines, Veloce 140’ features the largest engine ever mounted at the Viareggio Benetti shipyard.
She will be on display at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show from 30th October until 3rd November.