Otam will introduce the Millienum 80 HT at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival and she looks to be a standout even amongst a star-studded field of yachts. The boat will have twin 2,600 hp engines that will propel her along at an impressive 48-knot top speed and a 41-knot cruise. Besides her sporty performance numbers, the boat should be notable for a spacious interior. Her predecessor, the 80 HT Mr. Brown had a four-engine set up that offered a lot of pop, but chewed up space.
After nearly a decade in the marine industry, it’s rare that a boat makes me do an about-face. But that’s exactly what happened at Yachts Miami Beach when I passed the Anvera 55S. Wow. The Anvera draws attention. Like a moth to a flame, I changed course, marched right up to the Italian builder’s marketing representative and said, “I need to know about this boat.” (A word to the wise, the phrase “moth to a flame” apparently does not translate well from English to Italian — I know that now.)
The Navetta 33, the latest in the Custom Line series, launched last week at Ferretti Group’s superyacht yard in Ancona, on Italy’s Adriatic coast. The 33 joins her sisterships the 28 and 37, while a 42 is currently in development. The 108-foot yacht has a bulbous bow that should help the boat’s stability and seafaring ability, while also granting more interior space. The master stateroom will be on the main deck while four guest staterooms will be on the lower deck.
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