02 June 2019

Superyachts, between nostalgia and efficiency

Emotion and charm, but also rationality and optimisation of space and waiting times: these are just some of the values distinguishing new projects for increasingly discerning customers
A market leader like Benetti has good reason to be proud: it has invested in research and development in order to optimise production, speed up delivery of its masterpieces to loyal customers and reduce waiting times. Obviously, the larger the yacht - a yacht of “naval” size - the more time needed to build it.
BNow 68 metres by Benetti - ©  Protected by copyright and License Benetti
The designers developed a fluid layout: a disappearing television, a fire pit that transforms into a coffee table, a back bar that rotates revealing glasses and beverages - the whole feeling of space can change. The owner apartments are welcoming large spaces complete with a studio and a beautiful fireplace that turns the Master into a really intimate lounge area. Also: the aft swimming pool, the jacuzzi on the Sun Deck and the transom terrace.
Dolcevita 110 Riva - © Protected by copyright and License Riva / Ferretti Group
A 34 m luxury yacht, built in Italy by Riva and delivered in the 2018. Exclusive in elegance, luxury and design. An ultra-sporting profile and a design embellished by shaped glass windows and chrome inserts.
Dolcevita 110 Riva
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Dolcevita 110 Riva
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Edited by Alex D'Agosta
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Published on Avion Luxury #21/2018
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