Recently Perini Navi’s hull number C.2126 arrived at the Viareggio shipyard. She will be the 48th in the Perini Navi fleet and the 8th in the 56 metre series. The aluminum hull and superstructure were built at Perini Group's Turkish yard, Perini Istanbul – Yildiz. From there, it took several days to transport the hull across the Mediterranean, to Perini Navi’s Picchiotti's Production Dept.
The 56 m ketch rigged yacht will be fitted with two aluminium masts (59m and 48m tall) and carbon fibre booms. It will provide a sail plan of approx. 1,500 square metres. Hull and sail plan optimisations were run by Perini Navi naval architects in collaboration with Ron Holland.
The interior is designed inhouse by Perini Navi. The aft cockpit will feature a dining and lounging area, a bar and access to the day-head. Stairs lead up to the flying bridge. The large flying bridge features the main helm station with and instrument repeaters. For guests, there is a large aft sunbathing area, a central Jacuzzi, two facing corner-sofas, two central cabinets and a steering settee.
The main deck salon features a large living area, dining area, and a central staircase leading down to the accommodation area. The yacht will feature a full aft beam master suite with bedroom, sitting room, walk-in closet and a large bathroom with shower stall and bathtub. Guest accomodation is in two double cabins and two twin cabins. The guests cabins are fitted with additional Pullman beds.
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