Benetti recently launched Uriamir, its second Delfino 95, in Viareggio, Italy. She is 95 feet length overall with a 23-foot beam, has a fiberglass hull and carbon fiber superstructure. Her exterior was designed by Giorgio M. Cassetta and naval architecture on the yacht was done by Benetti and by Pierluigi Ausonio Naval Architecture. She’ll be delivered to her owner on May 15, Benetti says, just a few months after Hull No. 1 reached her owner. Before that milestone, however, Uriamir will be on display from May 10-13 at the Versilia Yachting Rendezvous in her launch city.
This yacht’s amenities are split over four decks, but her guest accommodations for 11 are split over two. Her lower deck has four guest staterooms — two with double berths and two with twins that can slide together — and her owner’s stateroom is on the main deck. That owner’s stateroom includes his-and-her heads, one of which has a tub and shower, and one of the twin staterooms also includes a Pullman berth. Three crew cabins forward on the lower deck can accommodate 5.
Per her owner’s request, Uriamir’s interior design balances both light and dark materials, including marble, Tay and both polished and matte Tanganika wood. On the yacht’s main deck, one design element is the parquet wood sole throughout. The main-deck salon, forward of which is the dining area, has multiple settees and a TV that retracts into the ceiling. When guests aren’t watching it, however, they can watch the world go by through the windows stretching the salon’s length to port and starboard.
While Hull No. 1 of the Delfino 95 had a number of sun pads on her foredeck, Uriamir’s has a pool. It’s overlooked by the upper deck’s helm station, but the helm station that offers a bird’s eye view and the wind in your hair can be found on the yacht’s sun deck, which also has two settees.
Uriamir’s garage can hold a 14-foot-5-inch tender for jaunts ashore, and Benetti says the yacht’s 1,000 hp MAN V8 diesels push her to a 14.5-knot top-end. Cruising at 10 knots, she reportedly has a 2,400-nautical-mile range based on her 4,399-gallon fuel capacity. The yacht weighs in at 135 tons as well, and her maximum draft is 5-feet-1-inch.
Benetti’s current fleet ranges from the Delfino 95, the smallest Class Classic model, to its 107-meter Custom Giga yacht, FB262. Between the two are the Class Fast range, the Class Oasis range and Custom Mega yachts.
As for Uriamir, she’ll soon be for charter with Fraser in the Mediterranean.