Here’s the second part of July launches: this time the units over 24 meters include Benetti Fast 125′ Charade, Custom Line Navetta 33 XX*, Tankoa 72m Solo, Baglietto 48m T-Line.
Benetti Fast 125′ Charade
Charade is the sixth unit in the Benetti Fast 125 range. She’s 38 m long, built in composites including carbon fiber. Equipped with the D2P (Displacement to Planing) hull, Charade features Azipull Carbon 65 propulsion, made in collaboration with Rolls Royce. The hull with wave piercer is designed by Pierluigi Ausonio together with Azimut Benetti Research and Development Center, and ensures high performance at maximum speed and low consumption at cruise.
The Azipull propulsion guarantees excellent performance in terms of maneuverability and speed (24 knots maximum). The AZP 65 also contributes to make the yacht lighter, quieter and better balanced in terms of space distribution: the engines’ position to stern allows to place the garage between the engine room and guest cabins, working as a further insulation for noise and vibration.
Custom Line Navetta 33 XX*
She’s the fifth in her series: Custom Line Navetta 33 XX* is built for a North American owner who will return to America after a cruise in the Mediterranean. Once again the result of the collaboration between Strategic Product Committee, Studio Zuccon International Project for the exteriors, and the Group’s Engineering Department for interior design, she boasts a hull with head bulb, which guarantees top performance in terms of seaworthiness and stability.
The four decks host a wide-body master suite on the main deck and four guest cabins on the lower deck. You can probably still spot her in the Med, then you’ll have to pursue it in the New Continent.
*like in a crime news piece, the name XX is fictitious…
Tankoa 72m Solo
While resembling the 69m Suerte (S693), Solo is 3 meters longer (72m) and boasts underwater exhausts, which allow for extra open space on all decks and a larger winter garden. The longer waterline length contributes to reach a maximum speed of over 17 knots. Solo welcomes 12 guests in six cabins: the master suite – on the private owner’s deck, a VIP suite, and four doubles, two of which can turn into twins. The massage room and the owner’s media room / studio can be converted into additional cabins, a both have their en-suite.
The beach club features a gym with floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony on the water, a bathroom, a sauna with a further opening terrace and a 2° C freezing shower to be used after the hammam. The private owner’s deck has direct access to the touch-and-go helideck (its certification of up to 4.5 tonnes allows the landing of, for example, an Agusta 109 or several twin-turbine helicopters). The owner also has a private Jacuzzi, bar, lounge, outside corner for breakfast and a bathroom with shower.
Baglietto 48m T-Line
She sports a displacement steel-and-aluminum hull and carries the signature of Francesco Paszkowski Design for the exteriors: T-Line is an evolution of MY Andiamo. The classic layout includes 4 guest cabins on the lower deck and a full-width master cabin on the main deck. Among the many peculiarities of the project, we list a 140sqm sun deck with infinity pool, a stern solarium, central dining area and large sunbathing area at the bow. For interiors, Baglietto Interior Design created a yacht with a modern and refined, warm and welcoming taste. Light-colored walnut and touches of gold and bronze brass give warmth and complement with the walnut wood parquet of the living areas.
A special attention went to the technical and storage spaces, necessary for long transatlantic navigation. Moving the tenders garage to bow has allowed to redesign the stern area: a 47sqm beach club hosts a relax area with bar, gym and hammam. Baglietto T-Line is moved by two Caterpillar engines that allow a maximum speed of 16 knots and a cruise of 12. The yacht carries the highest class Lloyd’s Register of Shipping classification. The new 48m unit is available for sale, and will be launched as a world premiere at the upcoming Cannes and Monaco 2018 shows.