Brazilian shipyard MCP Yachts has celebrated the launch of its 37.4 metre all-aluminium superyacht Queen Tati.
The project was developed in collaboration with Dutch studio Vripack and represents a "new superyacht era in South America", according to the shipyard.
Queen Tati features a semi-displacement hull with a beam of 8.1 metres and a draft of 2.2 metres. Her 316 gross tonnage offers accommodation for up to 12 guests across four cabins, with quarters for a crew of eight.
She is the second largest build for the shipyard following the 43.76 metre Raffaella II, which was also designed in collaboration with Vripack.
Power comes from a pair of CAT C32 Acert engines delivering a top speed of 22 knots and a range of 3,500 nautical miles when cruising at an economic speed of 10.8 knots.