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Cayman Yachts reveals new details on flagship F920

Italian yard Cayman Yachts has revealed new details about its recently launched flagship yacht ahead of its official world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival.

The F920 was launched in August by the yard, which specialises in yachts ranging from 13 to 28 metres. The yard described the 27 metre yacht as “the starting point in our development of a new range of yachts.”

Built in Italy, the F920 features naval architecture by Ferragni Progetti and interiors by Isabelle Blanchere.

According to the yard, this results in a yacht which balances “beautiful external lines with the most important furniture design brands”.

A large sunbed sits aft at the stern while another large lounge area is located in the cockpit. Moving forward, the main saloon is “adorned with the best Italian made furniture”, including lamps by Porta Romana, sofas by B&B and fabrics by Rubelli and Armani. Materials including marble and wood are also present throughout.

Elsewhere, an indoor staircase provides access to the flybridge, while the outdoor kitchen is equipped with its own bar and a circular teak table.

Backlit onyx stairs lead to the four ensuite cabins on the lower deck, which accommodate a total of eight guests. Standout features of the owner’s suite include a Thai mosaic and leather wall, with an ensuite featuring copper and two marble sinks with rose gold taps.

The crew area sits amidships and includes two single cabins and one bathroom, as well as a laundry area.

Power comes from a pair of MTU 2600hp engines for a top speed of 33 knots and cruising speed of 25.

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