Of pure el­e­gance !

Boat Attitude International - - SUPER YACHT -

Dragon is a superyacht that com­bines con­tem­po­rary el­e­ments with clas­sic pro­por­tions cre­at­ing an el­e­gant de­sign that never goes out of style. The ex­ter­nal lines are clean and with­out sharp traits, with few fixed el­e­ments to al­low for size­able and flex­i­ble ar­eas. The boat de­vel­ops over six decks, five of which are served by an el­e­va­tor to en­sure max­i­mum com­fort on board. Her lux­u­ri­ous and yet sober in­te­rior has been de­signed to cre­ate a warm, so­phis­ti­cated and at the same time mod­ern at­mos­phere. The essences of the wall light wood and the bronze/ satin gold in­serts com­bine mas­ter­fully with the nat­u­ral colours of fab­rics and fur­ni­ture gen­er­at­ing har­mo­nious and del­i­cate en­vi­ron­ments. The lower deck houses the crew area with 10 cabins, dinette, steel kitchen, gym, tech­ni­cal rooms

in­clud­ing a garage for the two main ten­ders of 7 and 9.5 me­tres (the lat­ter built di­rectly by the yard); the lobby with el­e­va­tor and a guest cabin. This teak bridge is com­pleted by the large 200 square me­ter beach club which in­cludes a bar, a sauna and a Turk­ish bath, sev­eral re­lax­ation ar­eas and a chaise lounge. Of par­tic­u­lar artis­tic im­por­tance are the 3 back­lit pan­els made of blue agate. To wel­come guests en­ter­ing the large liv­ing room, a clas­sic de­sign Che­lini ta­ble cre­ates a har­mo­nious play of styles with the two large lounge ar­eas, with C-shaped seats and a con­tem­po­rary Proven­cal look. The din­ing area in­cludes a cus­tom-made 14 seater ta­ble by Gior­getti with a Ro­man traver­tine top, maple edges and leather legs. Unique in its kind are the six large win­dows, four of which are 5 me­tre long by 2 me­tre high, al­low­ing for nat­u­ral light to flood the space and cre­ate a bright and com­fort­able envi

ron­ment. Con­tin­u­ing to­wards the bow, the four guest cabins and the large panoramic Vip cabin are en­coun­tered. All cabins have a pri­vate Ro­man traver­tine-clad bath­room. The fourth deck, ex­clu­sively re­served to the Owner, in­cludes a 110 square me­tre cabin, with large win­dows for a 180 de­gree view of the pri­vate fore­deck, Ro­man traver­tine-clad bath­room and sauna, sep­a­rate wardrobe and van­ity. On the same deck, a pantry serves both the sleep­ing area and the large liv­ing with also a ded­i­cated bar. The aft cock­pit has a 14 seater din­ing ta­ble and a re­lax­ation area with so­fas and chaise lounges. At the bow, a sec­ond liv­ing area pro­vides ac­cess to the he­li­copter plat­form. On the bridge-deck, the 50 sqm well­ness area is equipped with Tec­n­o­gym and is com­ple­mented by a beauty

and mas­sage par­lour. This deck is com­pleted by the wheel­house and the cap­tain’s cabin lo­cated at the bow. Push­ing but­ton 5 of the lift, made of hand-painted cast steel with a cast bronze ef­fect, you reach the sun-deck which in­cludes chaise lounges at the bow and a 7-me­ter pool at the stern. A blade wa­ter­fall di­vides the pool from the whirlpool and makes this area truly ex­clu­sive with a breath­tak­ing view from about 12 me­tres above sea level. With its 80 me­tre length and 13 me­tre max­i­mum beam, Dragon can count on an in­ter­nal vol­ume of al­most 2,300 GT. In ad­di­tion to the two 7 and 9.5 me­ter ten­ders po­si­tioned on the lower deck, Dragon has 3 jet skis housed un­der the he­li­copter land­ing plat­form. The laun­dry to­gether with sev­eral stor­age rooms and cold rooms are lo­cated on

the un­der-lower deck. The twin MTU en­gines, de­liv­er­ing 2,240 kw each, al­low a max­i­mum speed of 17 knots and a range of over 6,200 nau­ti­cal miles at the eco-speed of 12 knots. The home au­to­ma­tion and en­ter­tain­ment sys­tem was de­signed by Vide­oworks, while to en­sure max­i­mum safety on board, the dash­board was en­gi­neered by the tech­ni­cal depart­ment of Palumbo Su­pery­achts in col­lab­o­ra­tion with TEAM Italia, the in­ter­na­tional leader in in­te­grated nav­i­ga­tion sys­tems.


YEAR 2019


BEAM 13.0 m




RANGE 6,200nm At 12kts


EN­GINE OP­TIONS 2 x mtu 2.240 kw




Pho­tog­ra­phy: Al­berto Coc­chi

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