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Style, sea­wor­thi­ness and safety at sea: the phi­los­o­phy be­hind the best achieve­ments of the last year, com­bin­ing aero­dy­namic de­sign, an edgy look and sporti­ness with flow­ing lines and clear shapes. Mod­els that have con­quered con­ven­tions and ex­hi­bi­tions man­ag­ing to carve out an im­por­tant slice in the Ital­ian and in­ter­na­tional nau­ti­cal mar­ket.

A series of sur­prises rolled out by Ital­ian ship­yards that at­tract the sight and imag­i­na­tion of ex­perts and en­thu­si­asts are proof re­newed mar­ket vigor. Big brands are win­ning na­tional and in­ter­na­tional pub­lic ap­proval, thanks to con­stant re­search, an un­mis­tak­able style and a nat­u­ral propen­sity for in­no­va­tion. Among the many lead­ing com­pa­nies in boat de­sign show­ing at the most im­por­tant nau­ti­cal events, Benetti is, of course, among those that most tick­les the own­ers’ cu­rios­ity by bring­ing lux­ury to the sea. Benetti’s flag­ship cre­ation is the Seasense, the FB 268 mega yacht.

The “sense of the sea” ranked first for the owner who com­mis­sioned what has be­come a mas­ter­piece of style and har­mony with a strong in­no­va­tive con­tent. 67-me­ters long and 10.80-wide, they host the best in terms of per­son­al­iza­tion and at­ten­tion to de­tail, thanks also to in­ter­na­tional col­lab­o­ra­tions. The new Benetti su­per yacht, more­over, be­longs to the Cus­tom line, which spe­cial­izes in steel, alu­minum and some­times car­bon fiber, rang­ing in length from 45 and 90 me­ters and built to spec­i­fi­ca­tions.

Dutch de­signer Cor D. Rover worked with Benetti for the first time, while the ship­yard’s tech­ni­cal of­fice

The fan­tas­tic Ital­ian boating sea­son never ends — in fact, it springs back to life with the first hint of sum­mer. Per­for­mance, ex­clu­siv­ity and ele­gance: pr­ereq­ui­sites for boat builders, musts for the en­tire sec­tor.

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