Benetti Releases New Classic Supreme 132′ Yacht

Benetti Releases New Classic Supreme 132' Yacht

Italian shipyard Benetti has unveiled their new Classic Supreme 132’ luxury yacht.

The project brief was guided by the necessity to present an ever more competitive vessel to the market, maintaining Benetti’s attention to innovation intact.

The new Benetti Classic Supreme 132’, which measures 40.24 metres overall, with a maximum beam of 8.28 metres, was designed to exalt the characteristics of a displacement yacht, with ample interior and exterior volumes, combined with a high level of on-board comfort.

Italian shipyard, Benetti, has unveiled their new Classic Supreme 132’ luxury yacht.

Full-height windows on both the main and upper decks give greater light to the interior decks, as well as a racier look to the yacht’s profile. The attention to design is also visible thanks to several new details: the external rotating pilot wings are retractable and disappear in the shear line, and the navigation lights’ new design that increases their integration with the boat’s exterior lines makes it appear more modern and captivating.

The interior of the vessel was autographed by Francios Zuretti in collaboration with the yard’s internal design team. The furnishings of Petrus II, the first hull built in the new Classic range, which is making its official debut at next month’s Miami International Boat Show (USA), are of natural oak and wengè, enriched with handmade leather inserts.

Other highlights include diamond-shaped panels in ivory-coloured natural leather in the owner’s and the VIP cabins, which rise from behind the head of the berths and continue up to the ceiling, while in other spaces, such as the main salon, there are recessed ceiling lights.

In line with the other models in the Class range of Benetti yachts, the Classic Supreme 132′ is equipped with innovative technological systems. The BEST platform (Benetti’s Exclusive Sea Technology) integrates all onboard electronic systems (entertainment, home automation, communications and security) with a single user-friendly interface.

The integrated navigation system allows all the yacht’s navigation and communication systems to interact, giving a more secure and dependable management of the boat. The design of the dashboard allows a modern and efficient use of space with three monitors, three touch panels and three joysticks, which give control over the entire yacht using just a few instruments.

100 square-metre sun deck
One hundred square metres of sun deck give all guests comfort and privacy even above deck. Divided into four zones, the area comes equipped with a day-head, giving complete independence from the interior areas. Highly refined furniture has been chosen directly by the owner: the sofas are from Dedon, the lunch chairs in Burma teak have been made by Royal Botania, and the anchored coffee and lunch tables are designed by the Benetti style office.

The sun and all the other exterior decks, along with the rest of the wood used on board, use FSC-certified teak, harvested from responsibly managed forests, thereby following rigorous environmental, social and economic standards. In the bow zone, a fibreglass hardtop with integrated lighting and an electrically commanded curtain has been installed.

Upper deck
The exclusive layout of the exterior upper deck allows considerable flexibility. The on-deck lunch table has twelve places, and the primary innovation on the upper deck is the open-air stairway, with a steel structure and teak steps. The sky lounge has two full-height windows for exceptional panoramas and to illuminate the card table and bar on one side and the long couch on the other.

Main deck
The main salon is filled with natural light thanks to ample windows on both sides. In the owner’s suite, the walk-in closet is behind the bed and has two entrances – one from the corridor/office and the other from beside the bed. An additional feature is the extendible terrace, which allows the owner to have a private veranda with a sliding floor and covering in their cabin.

The walls and windows of the bathroom come in Crème Champagne-coloured marble, and the top of the sink is in Bronze Amani. LEDs have been chosen for decorative lighting fixtures, and the galley is white lacquered with a black marble countertop, complementing the grey vinyl “Silver” flooring.

Lower deck
The guest’s four cabins (two VIPs and two twins) are above average in size, and all have ample windows with a view of the sea. External borders and lowered beds give the sensation of total immersion in the outside world, and all guest bathrooms have been finished in limestone marble.

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