Italian shipyard Perini Navi has revealed details of its newest motor yacht concept, a 92-metre (302-foot) flagship named Argonaut.
Rendering of Argonaut cruising on the open ocean.
Aerial rendering of Perini Navi's new 92m concept.
The stern details of Perini Navi's grand new flagship.
Rendering of relaxation area aboard Argonaut.
Designed by Perini Navi’s in-house team, the grand vessel boasts an elegant exterior design with navy blue hull, a streamlined profile, a low-rise steel-and-aluminium superstructure and a flared bow. The team have drawn inspiration from the yard’s sailing yachts for Argonaut’s overall look, blending timeless character with immense amounts of space.
The 2,200GT concept is able to accommodate 14 guests across seven staterooms, as well as up to 23 crewmembers in 12 cabins and a separate captain’s cabin, thanks to an impressive 15-metre beam and 3.6-metre draft. On the deck are a number of details for complete comfort, including a starboard swimming platform, two swimming pools (forward and aft) and a spacious beach club.
Perini Navi says that Argonaut is “the purest expression of the brand’s philosophy”. Technical specifications will be revealed at a later date.