Extra Yachts, a brand of ISA Yachts, has sold the fourth unit in its 28.6-metre Extra X96 Triplex series to a European client. The yacht is the sistership of Anvilugi, the first hull in the series, and delivery of the new model is scheduled for summer 2024.
The yacht's 238 GT is spread across four decks, giving Milan-based studio Hot Lab plenty of space to style the lasted model with a "modern and eclectic" theme. Exterior lines are by Francesco Guida in collaboration with Palumbo Superyachts, and the team has worked on achieving a continuous connection between indoor and outdoor spaces throughout.
The yacht has a six-cabin layout comprising two VIPs, two lower deck twins, an upper deck VIP and a 40 square metre owner's cabin on the main deck forward. Openable floor-to-ceiling windows flank the main deck and upper decks, allowing light and air into the interior.Read More/ Anvilugi: On board the first hull in Extra's X96 Triplex series
The yacht has a beam of 7.6 metres and a hull length of just 23.8 metres, meaning she falls under the CE category for recreational craft up to 24 metres. The Extra X96 features a triple Volvo Penta IPS propulsion package which delivers a maximum speed of 17.5 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.
The buyer of hull four was introduced by Igor Cherentaev at Aberton Yachts, marking the second consecutive X96 sold by Aberton Yachts following the sale of hull three.