Extra Yachts has announced the sale of the second hull in its Extra X96 Triplex series and signed an order for the fourth unit in the same series.
The first hull, named Anvilugi, was started on speculation and completed in 2021 at Palumbo's Ancona shipyard, while the fourth hull is due to begin construction shortly with delivery in 2023. Both units have been sold to European owners.
Anvilugi, was designed "with no boundaries for fashion", the shipyard said and was a follow up to its slightly smaller X93 sistership Ohanna.
Constructed in fibreglass with an exterior design penned by Francesco Guida, Anvilugi's interiors come from the boards of Italian design studio Hot Lab.
On the main deck, the cockpit features a sofa while a glass sliding door leads through to a saloon with a C-shaped sofa and armchair. The owner’s cabin is positioned on main deck’s bow, making full use of Anvilugi’s 7.6 metre beam.
Elsewhere, the “open-air” upper deck includes large windows that allow natural light onto a 12-seater dining table and galley. A second lounging area is found at the bow, below which sits a 4.3 metre tender. The large sun deck doubles up as a lounging area.
Accommodation is for a total of ten guests in five cabins, comprising a full-beam owner’s cabin on the main deck and four guest cabins on the lower deck. Power comes from three Volvo Penta IPS engines for a top speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.
The Extra Yachts range now offers three different lines: Fast, Loft and Triplex. This second hull in the series will join the five yachts currently under construction including two Extra X99 Fast hulls, an Extra X88 Fast and an Extra X76 Loft.
Extra Yachts also signed the sale of the third Extra X96 Triplex hull in November 2021 with the assistance of Aberton Yachts.