The hull of the third motor yacht sold by the Perini Navi Group, and created in collaboration with Vitruvius Ltd and Philippe Briand, has arrived at the Picchiotti shipyard in La Spezia, in the Liguria region of northern Italy.
The five-deck 73m motor yacht C.2189 is the latest vessel in a series designed by Philippe Briand which follows the Vitruvius® design concept. The concept adheres to the core principles of efficiency, sustainability and seaworthiness.
The series currently comprises eight different designs with a characteristic hull and superstructure shape. Each are equipped with various toys and tenders, with various other specifications that can be modified at the owners’ request.
Features aboard C.2189 include a ‘wellness deck’ equipped with a gym, sauna and Jacuzzi. The superyacht’s interiors have been designed by Remi Tessier.
Other motor yachts in the series include the yachts Exuma 50m and Galileo G 55m. All have been designed for owners and charter guests looking to enjoy maximum comfort and with total autonomy.
C.2189’s features include a state-of-the-art electric/diesel propulsion system running two Azipods with a maximum cruising speed of 16.5 knots.
The new hull was delivered from Perini Istanbul Yildiz, the Turkish facility of the Perini Navi Group. It will stay at the Picchiotti shipyard for outfitting until delivery, scheduled for the year 2013.