Perini Navi 47m Sailing Yacht with Flybridge
The Classic series takes Perini Navi’s evergreen design DNA and adds a contemporary twist by offering thoroughly modern performance combined with sleekly traditional lines. The range comprises a 47m Panamax sloop, a 56m ketch, a 64m Panamax ketch and a 72m raised pilothouse version with Falcon Rig. With new hull forms for more volume, technical upgrades for better performance, easy access to the sea and supreme cruising comfort, the common denominator is timeless good looks.
Length Overall 47.0 m / 154.2 ft
Waterline Length 43.2 m / 142.0 ft
Beam (max) 10.5 m / 34.7 ft
Draft (keel up) 3.9 m / 12.8 ft
Draft (keel down) 11.0 m / 36.1 ft
Max displacement 300 T
Keel Type Swing Keel
Main Engine/s 1 CAT C18 533kW @ 2100rpm + Electrical Motor. Auxilia 1X100 kW @ 1100rpm
Generators 1 x 110 kW + 1 x 40 kW + 70kWh Battery
Thruster 2 x 83 kW
Fuel Capacity 25000 lt
Fresh Water Capacity 10000 lt
Range @ 10 knots 3200 nm
Crew Cabins 3 (6 crew) + 1 Capt.
Design Perini Navi
Naval Architect Perini Navi
Builder Perini Navi
Interior Design TBD
Mast (Aluminium tube) 60.3 m / 197.8 ft
Sail Plan Fittings (Carbon fibre) Boom-Spreaders-Rigging
Total Sail Area approx. 2749 m2 / 29590 ft2
Classification ABS Malta Cross A1 Commercial Yachting Service – Malta Cross AMS – LY3 Compliance
History of Perini Navi
Perini Navi was founded in 1983 as a result of Italian paper manufacturer and inventor Fabio Perini’s passion for sailing. Unable to find a large sailing yacht that he could operate single-handed, he decided to create a company to design and build one. At first, Perini Navi primarily was a studio for designing and engineering large luxury sailing yachts, but by 1988, the company began building its own designs.
The design goal for Perini Navi was to create large yachts that could be handled by a small crew, and to that end, the shipyard helped to develop a computerised sail-handling system that would enable sails to be furled and unfurled with the push of a button.
Following many years as a leader in the international sailing yacht industry, Perini Navi entered the luxury motor yacht sector in 2007 with the launch of the Vitruvius motor yacht series by Picchiotti, a sister division within the Perini Navi Group.
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