Designed by Vripack, Bellagio is a 16-meter, full aluminum elegant tender.
Built and launched under the label ‘Built by Mulder’ at Mulder Shipyard. Vripack’s philosophy behind Bellagio was for her to perform as an ultimate day-cruiser or tender to a superyacht and with that, offer the highest level of luxury, ride comfort and coziness.
Pim Dijksman from the Vripack design studio said, “We selected the main elements of Bellagio very carefully. The boat has a tremendously long foreship and a small and low sporty wheelhouse with an elegantly sloping stern. When sketching this design we found inspiration in the early sports cars that were developed in the interwar period.”
Bellagio’s design is firmly rooted in this classic foundation yet refined with modern influences. Vripack was careful doing this though as they did not want to rely too much on the many contemporary trends. All elements combined, resulted in a very striking appearance.
The yacht’s interior is clean and elegant and can be delivered with a two or three cabin layout. Besides the cabins, she has a spacious saloon and luxurious bathroom. The wheelhouse offers a fully equipped bar and on the aft deck the sofa’s are perfect for enjoyable lounging with just one step up the aft sundeck.
In front a second sundeck is created for those who are looking for some extra breeze for cooling down. To experience a more open feeling whilst sitting behind the helm, the side windows of the wheelhouse can be lowered whilst the roof can be lifted.
Vripack’s naval architects have of course paid much attention to the hull shape as they will settle for nothing less than spectacular sailing characteristics. Her weight, kept to a minimum as she is built in aluminum and her 600hp twin Cummins propulsion system make it possible for her to easily reach speeds up to 35 knots.
Naturally, the technical installations and navigation equipment on board meet the highest requirements. Bellagio is equipped with Zeus POD drives, a standard integrated joystick system, a Skyhook system for perfect positioning and fixed tight heading in rough conditions and last but not least a Raymarine stabilised thermal camera for safer navigation.
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