After launching its new V100 sailing yacht in Viareggio last month, Vismara Marine this week completed tests on the new 30-metre Bebivi in the waters off Genoa. Custom built from composite materials for an experienced owner, Bebivi will now return to the shipyard for a short visit before being handed in time for the summer cruising season.Photo: Vismara
Built as a performance cruiser, Vismara DNA put a strong emphasis on living in comfort and luxury while on board while achieving exhilarating cruising speeds in complete safety. Her twin rudder configuration delivers maximum manoeuvring capabilities under any conditions and is backed up by twin helm stations as well as two 300hp Cummins diesel engines.Photo: Vismara
The high deckhouse design creates an extra spacious environment inside the saloon and allowed designers to experiment with darker shades of panelling and materials to achieve the owner’s desired look.
Inside there is space to sleep six guests and four crew members, leaving plenty of space for dining and lounging areas throughout the interior.Photo: Vismara
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