The third hull in the Benetti Mediterraneo 116 superyacht series has been delivered to her owner, the Italian yard has announced, following her launch on 14th March.
The 35.5-metre superyacht has a fibreglass displacement hull and a carbon fibre superstructure and sports exterior design by the Italian designer, Giorgio M. Cassetta.
Her interiors were developed by Benetti's Interior Style Department in partnership with the architects, Radcya, who were chosen specifically by Botti's Mexican owner who assisted personally with the choice of furnishings and fabrics. Her interior is bright and comfortable and features large, bright spaces combined with a streamlined, flowing design. Light forms an integral part of the interior decor and floods into the rooms through big glazed surfaces.
On board, she accommodates 10 guests across five generous staterooms, with a crew of seven also accommodated on board. Guest suites are located on the lower deck: two VIP cabins with double beds are arranged symmetrically, while two other guest cabins have sliding twin beds and Pullman beds.Photo: BenettiHer bow area is dominated by the full-beam master suite, which has two big glazed surfaces for enjoying every moment at sea to the full. With wooden floors in the night area and marble in the bathroom, the owner’s suite is also fitted with a walk-in wardrobe and studio with sofa and TV.
With social interaction the main driver behind the design, Botti's main deck contains a comfortable lounge, dining area and an American bar. She also features a Sky Lounge furnished with a sofa, a 75-inch TV and a game table, as well as a large Jacuzzi and completely personalised sun lounging space at the centre of the bow area on the upper deck.
Powered by twin diesel 1400 hp engines, Botti has a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of around 14 knots. Her range at 10 knots is over 3000 nautical miles, with stabilization during navigation and at anchor provided by electric stabilizing fins.
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