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MCP 106 Limited Edition Paradiso launched

MCP Yachts has launched the second MCP 106 Limited Edition hull, now christened Paradiso. The 32.31-metre all-aluminium yacht has a modern, edgy exterior profile with large windows and voluminous interior spaces.

The striking hull distinguishes Paradiso from her sister ship Mars. Powered by twin 1,825hp CAT C32 ACERT engines, she has a top speed of 26 knots, a fast cruise speed of 20 knots and burns 88 litres per hour when running at 10.8 knots.

Paradiso has a raised pilothouse layout that allows for expanded living spaces below and excellent visibility at the helm.

Full-height windows stretch along the length of main deck, and glass sliding lead out to the side decks. A fold-down balcony further connects this space with the sea. The full-beam owner's stateroom, set on the main deck forward, also benefits from large windows. The master stateroom has a full-beam his-and-hers bathroom, connected by a large shower in the middle.

MCP Yachts has packed in ample accommodation for a 30-metre yacht. A further eight guests are accommodated on the lower deck in three double staterooms and one twin-bunk stateroom, all featuring en suite bathrooms.

Aft on the lower deck is a beach club with a bar area and sauna, while the upper deck has a sizeable spa tub and plenty of room for lounging in the sun.

The time-lapse video below shows the incredible construction of one of the yard's MCP 106 Limited Edition superyachts:

MCP 106 Limited Edition superyacht being built

MCP Yachts launched the first hull, Mars, in October 2014. Mars is finished in a silver paint job, which suits her bold exterior styling.

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