Benetti Yachts 65-meter "Nataly" Blunt-Bow Beauty From Livorno On April 4th, 2011, the Benetti shipyard in Livorno launched the 65-meter "Nataly", a plum bow beauty with sculpted overhangs that combines good, old-fashioned naval architecture with modern day engineering. The result is blunt bow beauty that ushers in a new age of yacht design with wave penetrating performance. On hand for the christening was the ship's captain and representing the owner, the London studio Redman, Whiteley & Dixon, who designed both the interior and the external lines. RWD was represented by Ann Brown, Toby Ecuyer and Justine Redman, as well as the entire Benetti team that had followed the boat’s construction over the years. This was an important occasion for the Livorno shipyard which, thanks to the ship lift at its historic Morosini quay, can launch mega yachts of significant size. The automobile industry has often drawn inspiration from the sea, incorporating the way surfaces on seaworthy craft are uninterrupted, creating not only structural and functional support, but proper paths for the eye to follow. With Nataly, those forms have been reinterpreted, both inside and out, returning to sound seakeeping sense.