Extra Yachts’ newest model, a 93-footer has a five-stateroom layout spread across a four-deck yacht. Superyacht designer Francesco Guida, who has worked with Arcadia Yachts and ISA Yachts, handled the Extra 93’s exterior and interior design.
The main deck (1,022 square feet) is home to a 430-square-foot salon with a C-shaped sofa that accommodates eight to 10, two armchairs by Minotti and a hidden TV in the starboard-side console. Forward is the master stateroom, boasting a separate wardrobe, a TV hidden in the starboard-side console and an ensuite head with his-and-hers sinks.
Four ensuite guest staterooms are belowdecks: two VIPs with a double berth each and two additional staterooms with two twin berths each. Three crew cabins are forward, two with bunks and one with a double berth. The crew has access to a dinette and laundry facilities, including a washer and dryer, belowdecks, too. Separate crew-quarters access can be found via the pantry on the main deck.
On the upper deck, windows enclose a dining area and galley that’s equipped with an oven, a dishwasher and refrigerators, among other conveniences. Those windows (129 square feet) are retractable and can be lowered for a salty breeze. Forward of the helm and at the bow, a sun pad hides a garage capable of holding a 14-foot tender; there’s also a hydraulic crane here. Aft, another C-shaped sofa (for six to eight) is accompanied by three chaise-style lounges.
Lastly, above the upper deck is the sun deck. There are three sun pads, each measuring at 86 square feet.
Standard power is triple 1,000 hp Volvo Penta IPS1350 diesel engines. The builder says top speed is 18.5 knots and cruising speed is 15 knots, but the Extra 93 can also travel 1,100 nautical miles at 12 knots on a 4,490-gallon fuel capacity.
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