The 50 metre yacht, Benetti Fisker 50 comes from the car designer who brought the world the Aston Martin DB9 and the BMW Z8.
The design of the yacht was unveiled by international designer, Henrik Fisker and Italian luxury yacht builder, Benetti at the Singapore Yacht Show.
The Benetti Fisker 50 is described as “a new breed of luxury yacht” that “embodies flowing sculptural lines, a unique front view giving the yacht its own recognisable identity, use of black carbon fibre to accentuate graphics and an innovative, visually engaging layout connecting the yacht with the serenity of the ocean.”
Three stainless steel bars give a distinct front view of the yacht. The captain’s window is accentuated with a characteristic white dynamic line, one of the recognisable style attributes of the Benetti Fisker 50.
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The exterior design is sporty, with a strong feature line flowing from the front to the rear on all three decks. Extended carbon fibre shark fins give the yacht an aerodynamic and smooth appearance. It also allows for lights to illuminate the ocean at night.
Onboard amenities include a beach club, spa, several bars, an ocean-facing Jacuzzi, sunbathing areas on multiple decks and water toys such as jetski’s and a 6.5-metre tender. Up to 12 guests can be accommodated in six cabins, looked after by 11 crew members.
The main deck has a reception area with a seating and a bar facing the port. It incorporates a large living room with seating for 12, and a bar with chairs facing the ocean. Floor to ceiling glass walls slide open to allow for ocean breeze.
At the end of the main deck is the master suite, starting with a library/office, cabin and bathroom. The master bedroom features a retractable “fold down” ocean-view terrace and is equipped with a fireplace, a royal bed, minibar, a huge curved TV and starlight ceiling. It ends with his/hers walk-in closets. A large inviting staircase leads to the upper deck.
The upper deck features a cinema with a large screen and comfortable, reclining beds. During the day, half of the area can be converted into a gym by sliding back the middle beds and removing the chairs.
The sun deck includes a rear-facing relaxing area, a dining table, a bar and a dual-use fire pit or enlarged ice bucket in the centre of a circular sitting area.
Advanced solar panels provide ambient deck lighting, using solar power stored during the day. The interior features advanced and sustainable materials, and state-of-the-art technology for automated controls and optimal power management.
The Benetti Fisker 50 has been designed in California and will be built in Livorno using an existing platform by Benetti, at the heart of the Tuscan coastline.