Benetti FB277 yacht, 107 meters long, is the largest ever created as a work of a private Italian shipyard …
Benetti has broken the record for constructing the largest yacht ever in Italy, after nearly launching the FB277 from its shipyard in Livorno. This superb yacht was created as the work of their in-house design team, and has a vertical bow, a long, slender profile and an unpretentious superstructure, given its massive size.
FB277 is the third giga yacht, which measures more than 150 meters, which is the work of this shipyard. It is powered by a diesel-electric propulsion system, which gives it a maximum speed of 18.5 knots. The yacht has all the benefits expected of a boat of these dimensions, including a large sun deck pool, a beach with a hamam in the beach club, a massage room and a gym, and a touch-and-go heliport on the front.
The design team of this company has also dealt with the interior and exterior of this yacht, accommodating a full-width master suite on the upper deck, providing owners with privacy and unhindered view. The apartment contains balconies on both sides, huge wardrobes for him and her with a large shared bathroom in the central part, which is more like a mini spa. On the main deck, in front of the palatial salon and the formal dining room, there are seven VIP cabins, with large private bathrooms.
The decks are connected by a spiral staircase, with a full height atrium on each floor. On the upper deck there is a smaller, intimate salon with a private cinema and grand piano.
What is especially good news is the fact that after delivery next summer, this yacht will be available for rent through the Imperial Yachts company. So far this situation has not been possible in the world of nautics, but the Benetti brand always changes the rules of the game, as it suits them.
Benetti company invested more than $17 million in its infrastructure to make three giga yachts. They created new, top-notch buildings, but they also hired a special team of experts to complete their technically challenging projects.