The new 65-meter Triumph from the Viareggio shipyard is a masterpiece of style and engineering. A project that starts from the concept of extreme comfort ensured by a functional layout that optimizes spaces and by on-board technology that neutralizes noise and vibrations during navigation

It has elongated, elegant, timeless lines. In short, at first sight the unequivocal stylistic features speak for themselves: it is a Benetti in all respects.

They were designed by Giorgio M. Cassetta, a clear interpreter of the yard's style for years. It has been baptized Triumph, and, as its name suggests, it is a triumph of elegance that runs all its 65 meters in length by 11.2 in width and its 5 decks as well as the Sundeck.

But above all of technology, as are all the yachts that have come down from the yards of the flagship yard of Italian Style in the world since 1873. On board, in fact, box-in-box technology was applied: in practice an engineering solution applied to environments which, created like a dollhouse, guaranteed them maximum silence during navigation.

The owner, also a fan of historic Triumph motorcycles (so much so that he has one on display on the Upper deck as an element of decor), is determined to spend much of his free time aboard his ship, totally custom built, and sail long and in comfort with its guests.

Therefore, the basic concept was created also thinking about the maximum exploitation of the space on board: each area has in fact its precise function to guarantee an optimal service.

the layout, the materials, the furniture and all the loose furniture were managed by the Benetti style office which worked in close collaboration with the client, interpreting his wishes to the letter. The Green & Mingarelli Design, proposed by the owner instead, managed the decorative aspect.

The result is a unique yacht, characterized by a contemporary and cosmopolitan style that combines ethnicity with luxury, using exclusive materials such as Lalique glass, furs, together with green design elements.

On board are found cream marbles Marfil, Statuario and Amani and particular carpets in silk and wool, made through a process that involves a weaving with a design that recalls the sand of the desert dunes or the seabed.

Great attention is also paid to light décor, carefully designed to characterize environments to highlight works of art, photographs by international artists, which the client wanted to organize and exhibit as in a gallery art.

The interior layout foresees a traditional subdivision of spaces with a large lounge on the main deck followed by the internal dining area which turns into area cinema. Conviviality is the leitmotiv of this project, designed to welcome guests in the various entertainment areas.

For the owner, a owner's suite of over 130 square meters with adjoining study/lounge and large private outdoor terrace occupies the forward part of the main deck where there is also an additional full beam VIP cabin; on the Lower deck there are four other double cabins for a total of 12 guests on board assisted by 15 crew members, who have a crew quarter with 10 cabins at their disposal.

Of course, there is also a generous and bright saloon on the upper deck, a gym with a huge sliding glass window aft of the bridge deck, and numerous outdoor areas to experience the ship. in close contact with the natural elements.

And to get to the boat? An exclusive helipad touch and go as well as a beach area of ​​ over 70 m2 with aft platform on which to disembark with the tender and obviously enjoy as a private beach.