Italian yard Permare has launched the fourth hull in the Amer Cento series.
The grey-hulled, 29.6 metre GRP yacht hit the water for the first time on May 24 at the Viareggio based yard. While few details have been released about the fourth model, it is known that the yacht features exterior design and naval architecture by Verme Projects.
The interior meanwhile has been designed by Stefano Tini and can accommodate a total of 10 guests in five cabins. The crew quarters allow for a staff of four.
Described by the yard as possessing “a sober and velvety refinement”, the 29.6 metre yacht features a grey hull and larger windows on the main and lower decks. A propulsion package of 4 IPS 1200 Volvo Penta engines provide a top speed of 32 knots.
The yacht will now undergo sea trials before it makes its debut at the 2019 boat shows. Permare also revealed that two additional hulls in the series are in build at the shipyard.
The news comes after the yard revealed the third hull in the Amer Cento series was under construction.