In August, Filippetti Yachts unveiled its new flagship, the Navetta 35. Now the Italian builder announces that it will be building the Filippetti N35, with a launch date set for 2016, and has revealed interior images of the new yacht.
Designed inside and out by Hot Lab, yacht & design, the N35 features three solarium areas at the bow and stern yacht. The third solarium is positioned at the tallest point on the yacht, offering the most stunning panoramic views.
The N35 can accommodate 17 in four cabins, each with their own private bathroom, and a master cabin that is linked to a bathroom and wardrobe. The master cabin also boasts windows that run 180° towards the bow, offering plenty of light flood and fantastic views – it’s a theme that is continued throughout the yacht, with plenty of large windows and portholes designed elsewhere.
“It is a boat of infinite spaces, with five cabins and three sun deck areas,” comments Giovanni Filippetti. “But it is also the confirmation of a goal that we pursue as a shipyard: luxury and environmental sustainability are a perfect match.”
The N navetta series is attempting to appeal to owners who enjoy cruising for longer distances in refined spaces that are developed in harmony with the environment. Designed by Pietro Mingarelli, the N26 yacht Sakata and N30 yacht Gatsby combine low power consumption, to offer a longer range, and total soundproofing, to make night cruising more comfortable at sea.
As part of the news, Filippetti also revealed some new models in the F series, consisting of three models – the F76, F93 and F98. Designed by Fulvio De Simoni, the F series is aimed at owners who want to balance the performace on Filippetti yachts with plenty of room and outdoors space. A new F93 has already been sold and is currently under construction.
The most compact of the fleet, the S53, will be unveiled at Cannes Yachting Festival. The S53 is part of the S sports series of smaller yachts – between 16.15 metres and 22.86 metres – designed by Centrostiledesign to offer speed, performance and aggressive external lines.