Italian superyacht builder Perini Navi Group, has announced the delivery of the sailing yacht Fidelis, launched on April 16th 2011. A small private ceremony was held yesterday in the rear cockpit of the yacht and saw the participation of the owner and the Perini Navi team. After the usual formal procedures, Fidelis’ crew did the tradition changing of flags.
Designed by the Perini Navi Group’s technical and design department in collaboration with the New Zealand yacht designer, Ron Holland, S/Y Fidelis has a hull and superstructure in aluminium with an optimised displacement of 545 tons and a tonnage of 497 tons.
The ketch sail plan, designed and engineered by Perini Navi’s mast division measures 1,500 square meters. Both the main and the mizzen masts are in aluminium and are respectively 58.37 and 47.97 meters high. The booms are both in carbon fibre and have in-boom furling systems.
This superyacht has especially ample areas for enjoying life on deck with two cockpits, one fore, one aft, which allow owners and guests to enjoy generously comfortable outdoor spaces.
Fidelis will spend the entire summer cruising in the magnificent waters of the Mediterranean and will then participate in the Perini Navi Cup that will be held in Porto Cervo from the first to the forth of September.