Launched in December last year, Brazilian shipyard MCP Yachts’ superyacht Paradiso has joined its 106LE line following in the footsteps of the first hull, Mars, launched in 2014.
Designed entirely by MCP Yachts’ in-house team, Paradiso’s uniform exterior styling and almost military-like presence has become a trademark for the yacht builder. As with Mars’ all-silver paint job, Paradiso’s owner too opted for a bold paint scheme consisting of a crisp white superstructure and metallic copper hull finish.
Deck layouts are nearly identical to those found on Mars with guests treated to an oversized Portuguese deck space ahead of the bridge and a social sundeck area complete with Jacuzzi and raised outdoor helm station up forward.
A full-width master suite on the main deck and four additional guest cabins on the lower deck is what awaits overnight guests.
The full aluminium Paradiso travels at a top speed of 24 knots and is powered by twin CAT C32 Acert engines.
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