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Perini Navi launches carbon fibre sloop Xnoi

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The Perini Navi Group has announced that the 30.65 metre sloop Xnoi (pronounced per noi, which means for us) has been launched. This sailing yacht has a hull, superstructure, mast and boom in carbon fibre. The launching ceremony was held on Saturday May 26th at the Picchiotti shipyard in La Spezia.

The construction of this new yacht – designed by Nauta Yacht Design’s Mario Pedol and Massimo Gino – meets the changing needs of today’s yachting market and expands the range of Perini Navi Group products. This innovative project demonstrates the Perini Navi Group’s ability to successfully undertake construction projects in carbon fibre.

The Perini Navi Group’s core business is the construction of sailing yachts of 45 to 70m, a Racing Line and a Fast Cruising Line, special projects, and motor yachts from the Picchiotti Vitruvius® series. In addition, their extensive Refit and Repairs department benefits from the Perini Navi Group’s vast experience acquired over years of work in the nautical sector assisting all types of yachts.

The Perini Navi Group has three shipyards - Perini Navi in Viareggio, Picchiotti in La Spezia and Perini Istanbul-Yildiz in Turkey. These world class shipyards have unparalleled infrastructures and dedicated, skilled teams with comprehensive specialities in the areas of design, development, and construction as well as maintenance, restoration and post-sales services.

Xnoi will be available for charter with Perini Navi USA this summer for up to 10 guests in 4 staterooms in the Mediterranean.

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Did you know that in 2017....

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  • 149 new yachts over 30 metres were completed
  • 443 yachts over 30 metres were under construction
  • 30% of the yachts under construction were available for sale
  • 20% of the yachts were owned by clients from the USA
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