The 73m superyacht Grace E in Portofino
Grace E was built in 2013 by Perini Navi’s Picchiotti shipyard as the Italian company’s largest motor yacht to date. She is designed by Philippe Briand as part of the Vitruvius Yacht series, which today makes up a fleet of three yachts, including the 50-metre Exuma and 55-metre Galileo G. Her strong steel hull and powerful propulsion package means Grace E is perfectly suited for world travels and has been seen in a number of unique locations around the world since her launch. She is able to maintain a maximum speed of 16.5 knots with an impressive range of 7,500 nm while cruising at 12 knots. Here she is pictured in the tranquil Italian fishing port of Portofino over the past weekend.
Photo by Emanuele De Mari
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