Filippetti Ya­cht - Maxima

Na­vet­ta 26 Con­ver­ti­ble Maxima

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Fi­li­pet­ti Ya­cht has re­cen­tly co­me up wi­th a new ver­sion of the Na­vet­ta 26 for an ow­ner who’s in­ten­ding to crui­se Nor­th Eu­ro­pean wa­ters and will the­re­fo­re be equip­ped wi­th the ne­ces­sa­ry gear to fa­ce up to tou­gher cli­ma­tes and hea­vy wea­ther. “Maxima” is a new Con­ver­ti­ble ver­sion, mea­ning wi­th a fly­ing deck whi­ch is ‘clo­sed’ thus con­fir­ming the yard’s abi­li­ty to ta­ke on tai­lor-ma­de pro­jec­ts whi­ch are al­ways hi­ghly cu­sto­mi­sa­ble ac­cor­ding to ow­ners’ wi­shes. In the gi­ven ca­se Fi­li­pet­ti Ya­cht has been asked to sa­ti­sfy the ow­ner’s spe­cial re­qui­re­men­ts in terms of ther­mal di­sper­sion whi­ch need to be ad­dres­sed as he in­tends to crui­se year round in cold Nor­th Eu­ro­pean cli­ma­tes. Fi­li­pet­ti Ya­cht has ma­na­ged to sa­ti­sfy the ow­ner’s need wi­thout sa­cri­fi­cing any­thing to a di­stin­gui­shing ele­ment of the Con­ver­ti­ble se­ries whi­ch be­gins wi­th N mea­ning na­tu­ral light. The­re­fo­re the lar­ge win­dow li­ke pa­nels ha­ve re­mai­ned in terms of si­ze but they’re re­pla­ced wi­th hea­vy dou­ble gla­zing whi­ch is hi­ghly po­pu­lar in Eu­ro­pe and of cour­se in col­der cli­ma­tes. Ad­di­tio­nal­ly po­wer­ful A/C uni­ts will be rea­di­ly in­stal­led as well. Ad­di­tio­nal­ly die­sel boi­lers whi­ch can be tur­ned on from a re­mo­te or from the hou­se via a smart pho­ne will al­so be in­stal­led to pre­heat the ya­cht prior to the ow­ner’s ar­ri­val on board. Ano­ther re­que­st of the ow­ner is to ha­ve the ne­ces­sa­ry tech­no­lo­gy in­stal­led to crui­se alo­ne or wi­th no pro­fes­sio­nal crew mem­bers. This pro­ved a ve­ry chal­len­ging re­que­st, ne­ver­the­less “Maxima” will be fi­na­li­sed wi­th as ma­ny as four re­pea­ter helm con­trols, two in the bow and two in the stern on the main deck to fa­cil-

ita­te moo­ring ope­ra­tions all wi­th the re­qui­red di­splays and con­trols whi­ch are al­so in­stal­led in­to the main helm con­trols sta­tion si­tua­ted on the up­per deck. Ad­di­tio­nal­ly the yard has pre­ar­ran­ged a sy­stem whi­ch al­so ena­bles the en­ti­re ma­na­ge­ment of the ya­cht from a ta­blet or smart pho­ne. Hot Lab has cu­sto­mi­sed “Maxima” in terms of in­te­rior lay­out and de­cor as well. Gio­van­ni Filippetti CSO at Filippetti Yachts re­calls: “The client knew pre­ci­se­ly what he wan­ted from the be­gin­ning and whi­ch we­re the fea­tu­res he wan­ted his ya­cht to pos­sess. Hot Lab’s clo­se col­la­bo­ra­tion and ours wi­th the client from the start al­lo­wed us to find the right so­lu­tions to all his re­quests in the ti­me sche­du­led”. The in­te­rior de­cor is a har­mo­nious mix of clas­sic and mo­dern, un­der­sco­red by pre­cious ma­te­rial, fi­ne fa­bric and ex­clu­si­ve ac­ces­so­ries. Ame­ri­can wal­nut wood’s warm hues form a con­tra­sting sight wi­th neu­tral co­lou­red fa­brics and lac­que­red sur­fa­ces whi­ch pri­vi­le­ge the sty­ling of di­ver­se areas. As for the ba­th­rooms whi­ch dif­fer, the de­si­gn team se­lec­ted so­me of the mar­ket’s mo­st pre­cious mar­bles among whi­ch we find Era­mo­sa and Na­vo­na Tra­ver­ti­ne. Maxima’s lay­out is sur­pri­sin­gly ve­ry dif­fe­rent from what you would ex­pect to see in a 26 me­tre long na­vet­ta. The night quar­ters for exam­ple are si­tua­ted along the lo­wer

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