Benetti Yachts in Italy has delivered the 154-foot Bacchanal, a custom build with a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure.
Bacchanal, with a gross tonnage of almost 400, is the second Benetti for the same owner.
“After my first Benetti in 2015, I came back to work with a team that in my opinion realizes one of the best yachts in the world,” the owner stated in a press release. “I’m happy that everything is the result of a masterfully orchestrated teamwork, and all my ideas and wishes were welcomed.”
Architect Mauricio Gómez de Tuddo worked with Benetti to create an interior that includes Italian brands such as Minotti, Flexform, Giorgetti, Rimadesio, Poltrona Frau and Exteta. There are six staterooms for 12 guests—including a full-beam owner’s suite with a private study on the main deck—along with five cabins for seven crew.
Amenities include a mosaic-lined swimming pool on the sundeck, near a table that can seat 12 people for alfresco dining. A dumbwaiter connects this deck and others for easier service.
Can Bacchanal make transatlantic crossings? Yes. She has a reported range of 5,900 nautical miles at 10 knots, along with a top speed of 15.8 knots thanks to twin MTU engines.
For more information, visit: benettiyachts.it