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Benetti Saildivision 90' MACA

Discussion in 'Benetti Yacht' started by Yacht News, May 21, 2008.

  1. Yacht News

    Yacht News YF News Associate

    Mar 29, 2006
    Back on March 26, 2008, Benetti Sail Division announced the launch of the 90 foot SD EXT. The yacht combines the use of aluminum and steel in its construction and has been expertly fashioned to meet the needs of the owners. The name of this latest yacht from Benetti Sail Division is the MACA.

    The MACA is an well penned design that resulted in practicality and form. The 90 foot MACA boasts a cream hull and white superstructure with black masked windows. In addition to her easy going appeal, her interior floorplan has been laid out in such a manner that it is functional and maximizes the use of the available space.

    The accommodation is located on the Lower-Deck and comprises of a full-beam Master Suite and guest rooms. On the Main-Deck, a wrap-around walkway services the exterior. On the interior, a saloon takes precedence in the aft while dining and galley facilities and stairwell are amidships.

    To the fore, the wheelhouse takes a commanding position. On the Upper-Deck, deck space is plentiful. Under the hardtop, guests could relax in the shade or take up position on loungers towards the aft. When looking at the MACA, a well planned design is seen. Functional and practical spaces combine with fine artistry to present a quality yacht. This is the MACA by Benetti Sail Division.

    For more information:


    LOA: 28.30M
    LWL: 23.90M
    BOA: 6.40M
    Draught: 2.10M
    Displacement: 118 tonnes H/L
    Engines: 2 X MAN 1100 HP
    Speed: 10 knots (cruising)
    Range: 2,500 NM
    Accommodation: 6 + 2 guest berths and 3 crew berths
    Builder: Benetti Sail Division
    Year: 2008
  2. Yacht News

    Yacht News YF News Associate

    Mar 29, 2006
    Benetti Sail Division has launched the BSD105 called "Yosh II" back on August 6th.

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