Designer Cristiano Mariani has revealed a new line of hybrid Sport Utility aluminium yachts.
The new line includes the 26.4 metre Monohull 86, 34.2 metre Monohull 116 and 27.4 metre Catamaran 89. Built from aluminium, the three yachts will feature Volvo Penta IPS propulsion, a large flybridge and large interior layout.
The Monohull 86 features a beam of 8.2 metres, semi displacement hull and accommodation for a total of eight guests and two crew. The yacht will have a cruising speed of 16 knots and top speed of 24 knots.
The Catamaran 89 meanwhile will have a beam of 10.6 metres, accommodations of eight gusts and two crew, cruising speed of 16 knots and top speed of 26 knots.
Key features of the Monohull 86 include a floodable garage large enough to store a 4.5 metre tender and various water toys. The 33 square metre owner’s cabin meanwhile is located at the bow, with panoramic windows for far reaching ocean views.
The Catamaran 89 will feature a full beam 42 square metre owner’s suite at the bow of the main deck, with a 110 square metre flybridge.
The Monohull 116 meanwhile will feature large internal volumes and panoramic exterior areas, with a beam of eight metres, cruising speed of 16 knots and top speed of 24 knots.