The Blue Giant

What can be said about a boat that, from first glance, amazes us with its beauty? It takes our breath away. One hundred and ninety-seven feet long, this grand and powerful titan of the seas, makes it obvious that these two characteristics can go hand and hand with beauty. Among the wonders that this ship holds we can mention, as a curious fact that it features a folding screen for film watching on the Sun Deck. This shows the level of detail with which its designer, Stefano Natucci, envisioned the craft.

This megayacht has four decks. On the lower one are two staterooms with twin beds and a distinctive interior design: one is blue and the other dark red, both have dressing room, bathroom, satellite TV, DVD and CD. Towards the stern, we find a wide hall that links the two double staterooms, a stairway that leads to the main deck and access to the VIP quarters, which has a double bed, two night tables and, like the other two except for the dressing room, it has a private bathroom, Satellite TV, DVD and CD.

 

 

 

Upstairs is the main deck which houses a beautifully decorated saloon in dark-colored wood, textile and leather. There is also a well-distributed office (towards port) with all the comforts of an office on terra firme, including a 29” flatscreen TV. In the center of the ship is a dining room that seats eight and which, thanks to the huge mirror that takes the place of a wall, gives an incomparable sensation of spaciousness. Toward the rear of the dining room is a vast living room with an armchair, loveseat, three-place sofa, a large coffee table and light that enters from the enormous side windows.

 

 

 

 

The impressive command bridge is on the upper deck and has enough technology to make every trip unique as well as safe. Behind the command bridge is the kitchen that, like everything else on this yacht, is quite roomy. It has a sink, dishwasher, huge refrigerator, microwave oven, stove and even a professional coffee maker. A staircase leads to the Sun Deck and, on the opposite side of the kitchen, there is a full bathroom. At the end of this deck is another living room quite different from the one on the main deck. This is a place designed for games and entertainment.

 

 

 

 

The Sun Deck has another command post, a hall with space where 12 people can sit comfortably and a table that can be used for breakfast as well as a jacuzzi and chaises for sun bathing.

Given the ship’s breadth and its use for charter trips on the Mediterranean (summer) and the Caribbean (winter), it is equipped to handle the same number of guests as crew members, which guarantees excellent attention 24 hours a day.

 

 

 

 

 

Specifications

Lenght

170' 7''

Beam

30' 10''

Draft

11' 2''

Desplacement

620 t

Fuel Capacity

39,625 gal

Water Capacity

gal

Max. speed (medium load)

16 knots

Cruising speed (medium load)

15 knots

Engines

2 X CAT 3512B 1575 HP

1600 RPM

 

Text: Edmundo A. Eguiarte ± Photo: Benetti

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