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News: Perini Navi Unveil 47M Sloop Design

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  1. New 47-meter Sloop Design By Perini Navi
    Italian sail yacht professionals Perini Navi recently unveiled renderings for a new 47-meter sloop design. While looking very 'Perini Navi', the design can be seen as an update in styling of many of their slightly smaller sloops like "P2" and "Dahlak". The deck arrangement is different from what we have seen before with emphasis on outdoor living and by extension enjoying life on the water. The aft cockpit spills onto an aft terraced area on the transom.
  2. Once this yacht is at anchor or in calm conditions guests will be able to enjoy a very large sofa-style sunbed on the transom along with space to line-up sun loungers. Just forward of this area, there is more formal built-in seating under the aft overhang. Upstairs on the flybridge, there is even more seating with one of the better views from onboard. The fast-cruising sloop has design lines by Perini Navi led by Franco Romani.
  3. This 47-meter has other features built-in that can be found on brand new Perini Navi yachts like the 70-meter "Sybaris" and the smaller 38-meter Dahlak. Some of those features pertain to the sail-handling equipment onboard. The 155-foot yacht is designed to sail the blue waters as well as access near shore coves and hideaways. With a newly designed center board that can be retracted to just 3.9-meters or extended all the way down to 9.5-meters for blue-water cruising. The 47-meter is designed to carry a main tender for guest use and that is stored in a locker below the foredeck to keep the foredeck clean and uncluttered.

    For more information:

    Perini Navi
    Via Coppino 114
    55049 Viareggio
    Italia
    www.perininavi.it


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