The Perini Navi 60m Yacht Seven is an aluminum ketch, the 3rd in the 60m series. Designed and built by Perini Navi, with the input of naval architects Ron Holland and Dante Benini, S/Y Seven is a summit of Italian design and craftsmanship. It is owned by Ennio Doris, who ordered it from Perini Navi just to accommodate his seven grandchildren’s families on it. If you read this blog, you remember that the Italian billionaire Mr. Doris, the founder of Mediolanum Banking Group, owns Principessa Vai Via as well. He said in an interview that he’ll sell her.
[source of all pics are courtesy of Perini Navi]
Yacht Seven – Technical Data
Length overall: 60 m / 197 ft
Draught (keel up): 4.30 m / 14.1 ft
Main mast height above DWL: 62.2 m / 205.45 ft
Naval Architecture: Ron Holland
LWL full load: 50.4 m / 164 ft
Draft (keel down): 12.30 m / 39.4 ft
Mizzen mast height above DWL: 52.06 m / 170.8 ft
Builder: Perini Navi
Beam (max): 11.40 m / 36.08 ft
Fuel capacity: 47,100 lt.
Total sail area: 2,100 mt2 / 22,604 ft2
Gross Tonnage: 491 GT
Max speed: 15.5 knots
Fresh water: 12,600 lt.
Class and LY2 compliance: Malta Cross A1 Commercial Yachting Service; Malta Cross AMS + MCA
Machinery: 2 x 720 Kw.
Hull Material: Aluminum
Interior designer: Dante Benini
Some More About this Beautiful Palace on Water
Instead of a large crew hoisting and lowering sails, most of the hard work is automated, done by pushing buttons on the helm screens and maneuvering joysticks. Below decks, hydraulic drums the size of life rafts furl and trim sails much faster than any crew could. Technically, Seven is one of the most advanced sailing yachts ever built. At his 60 meters length, it is considered a superyacht. It comes as the third with the same length built by the prestigious Perini Navi, not a stranger on this blog. Their fleet is really impressive.
Seven is a very beautiful cruising yacht. The interior is subtle and elegant, defined by light-colored sycamore woodwork and Armani Casa decor. It has six staterooms, including two master suites, the owner will be able to accommodate his seven grandchildren (hence, the yacht’s name) and their families on his yacht. Yacht Seven has natural light throughout. Teak dining tables in the cockpit beneath the flybridge allow for outside gatherings and alfresco, wonderful family meals.
The Yacht Seven made his debut the autumn of 2017, at the Monaco Yacht Show, where it was a real success.
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