Otam 100 Millennium under construction for delivery in 2015

OTAM is working on the OTAM 100 Millennium yacht, under construction in Italy. Available for delivery in 2015, the OTAM Millennium is designed by an impressive team: Umberto Tagliavini for naval architecture, Alberto Mancini for exterior design, and interiors by Achille Salvagni.

Naval Architect, Umberto Tagliavini, comments: "The hull is designed for high speed even in rough seas, whilst ensuring those on board experience the ultimate comfort. We drew a Monohedric hull with very sharp bow corners and a choice of engines, either two or three 2600hp MTUs, will generate speeds of 40 and 47 knots respectively. The structure is made of Aluminum Alloy for considerable savings and proper structural rigidity. A capability of over 45 knots with outstanding comfort is the unique added value of the new OTAM 100’ Millennium.”

Antonio Caviglia, OTAM Sales and Marketing Director, comments on the process that led to the conception of this new model: "It has been very stimulating for everyone involved in the design and the planning of the new OTAM Millennium. Remaining faithful to the main characteristics of two of the most important OTAM models, the 58' and 65', the two open yachts that made OTAM a world-famous builder, we focused on exploiting space and volume for this next progression, while presenting a natural evolution of OTAM’s yachts."

Georgina Menheneott, General Manager at OceanStyle, the yachts central agents, adds: "We are hugely enthusiastic about the opportunity to represent the Millennium 100 for sale and to join OTAM in bringing this exciting new evolution of their exclusive yachting line to the market. With premium, high quality design, all aluminium construction, stunning, modern interiors, and a fine history in yacht construction all based out of new facilities in Genoa, OTAM strongly merits consideration from anyone looking for the next thing in performance yachts."

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