Updates on Lena and Bacarella from SuperYachtsMonaco

17 August 2010 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Exciting times at SuperYachtsMonaco, as their Managing Director Jim Evans confirms the delivery of two brand new superyachts under their management.

The first is the 60m Bacarella, following a successful three year collaboration with Y.CO. She is the largest yacht to be built by Trinity to date and the first delivery in their new 10.8 metre beam full displacement steel hull series. She features a contemporary Bannenberg & Rowell interior design, and has a range of 9,000 nautical miles at 10 knots. She is about to arrive in the Med, and her new owners will spend the rest of the season cruising, but is likely to be available for charter around Christmas in the Indian Ocean and beyond.

The second is the 38.5m motor yacht Lena. She is the latest in Sanlorenzo's highly innovative Alloy 40 range of fast yachts designed by Francesco Paskowski. She accommodates 10 guests in a main deck master, VIP, double and two twins and she was built to ABS class and is MCA compliant. Delivered on time last month, SuperYachtsMonaco project-managed the build, with technical support provided by BCTQ.

And Jim tells me that there's some more very exciting news to come from SuperYachtsMonaco in the near future so watch this space...

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