Goga is the first of eight Benetti B.Yond motor yachts currently under construction and on order and made its world debut at Cannes Yachting Festival. She is one of the last designs of the late Stefano Righini and was built for long-range cruising with a steel hull and hybrid propulsion.
An interior by Mauro Izzo stands at 395GT across four decks and is finished in a neutral palette of bleached woods, off-white leathers and navy blue accents. Highlights include a walk-in wine cellar and a dedicated owner’s apartment on the bridge deck - unusual for a yacht of her size - with separate crew and guest passageways throughout.
The owner's suite is aft-facing with its own private terrace, with four guest cabins found on the main deck, accessed via a central lounge that the shipyard dubbed "the playroom". A further two double cabins are found on the lower deck with accommodation for a crew of seven.
Goga has a range of 5,000 nautical miles at ten knots and can reach top speeds of 14 knots. Her propulsion system has been engineered in partnership with Siemens and offers four cruising 'e-modes', from silent running on batteries alone, to single-engine propulsion, to an 'extended range mode', where the main engines are powering electric motors, which are turning the shafts and covering the hotel load of the boat."
She also carries a 6.5-metre tender, a seven-metre tender and a four-metre crew tender.
The asking price of Goga has been withheld.