Her name is “Cento Piedi”: a 100ft yacht designed by Marino Alfani and built by Sedna Yachts

Cento Piedi means one hundred feet in Italian, so you know how long this new yacht is. The Brasilian shipyard Sedna Yachts has bestowed the project to Marino Alfani Design.

Her sleek and bold exterior lines conquer at first glance. Inside, there’s the choice between two different layouts to meet the needs of European and Brazilian owners. She is built at Sedna Yachts facilities in Sao Paulo, and will be launched by summer 2020.

Going through changes

Like many other Alfani projects, this one too features a clean and streamlined look. The first draft dates back to 2017: born as a boat with an extremely sporty aspect, over the months it underwent some changes, expression of a different way of enjoying the sea. In fact, the owner of the first unit wanted a roomier yacht, in which the livability prevailed onto sportiness. For this reason the boat has been partly redesigned, adding a deck and creating large open spaces.

Brazil is a very important market for world yachting, but the Cento Piedi by Sedna Yachts is ready to appeal also to European boaters and for this reason two different layouts have been suggested. The first, intended for the Brazilian owner, features a continuity between the salon, the galley and the cockpit. The bow of the main deck also houses a large and bright full-beam master cabin, while the guests‘ accommodation area is on the lower deck and sports three double cabins and three twin cabins. The second layout, closer to the European taste, has a more traditional division of the living area, split into dining areas, living room and galley.

The joinery of the first unit of Cento Piedi is quite original: the large cabins feature plenty of wood, matched to glossy lacquers, leather inserts, and steel details. The following units (currently the shipyard is negotiating the second and third ones), can be furnished upon the owner’s will, spacing from modern to classic-style décor.

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