Italian yard Otam has launched the fourth hull in its Millenium 80 HT yacht series, which has been named Mystere.
This 25.5 metre fast planing yacht was sold in June 2016 and built from a GRP hull and superstructure to CE Category B standards. Her sleek exterior was created by Umberto Tagliavini with a maximum beam of 6.05 metres.
Accommodation is for six guests split across a master suite and two double cabins, while the crew quarters allow for two staff members, but the real headline is her performance.
The deep-V hull has been fitted with twin 2,600hp MTU 16V2000 M94 diesel engines twinned to Arneson surface drives. All of this translates into thrilling performance — Mystere hit a top speed of 48 knots on her sea trials and can cruise comfortably at 41 knots.
Previous hulls have featured a quadruple propulsion system, but by eschewing this option, the owner of Mystere has freed up more space for a larger owner’s cabin.
The interior décor features strong chromatic contrasts, with lacquered ebony, chrome steel inserts, natural teak and carpeting in silk and cashmere.
Particular attention was paid to sound-proofing and insulation, and this results in a noise level of just 44db in the owner’s cabin when the generator is running and the air conditioning is set at 80% load.
In addition to the Otam Millennium 80HT series, the Italian yard recently branched out into semi-displacement yachts with the launch of the 35.2 metre Gipsy, which hit the water last summer.