Perini Navi 60-metre superyacht Seven was recently recognised for Best Lighting at the prestigious Boat International Design and Innovation Awards, which recognises naval architecture and style, but also new solutions in terms of design, innovation and engineering.
The gala event and awards presentation took place at the end of January in Kitzbuhel, Austria, in the presence of a jury of international experts and superyacht owners.
The Perini Navi 60-metre superyacht Seven is an aluminium ketch, the third in the successful 60-metre series. Designed and built by Perini Navi, with the input from naval architect Ron Holland and Dante O. Benini Architects and Partners, Italian architects internationally recognised for their cutting-edge projects, Seven exemplifies Italian design and craftsmanship.
Seven reflects Perini Navi’s commitment to providing its owners with new technological solutions to improve performance, to simplify sailing and for onboard comfort.
“Seven is a yacht which was designed in Italy, built by an Italian shipyard, with an Italian architect, owner and crew, and lastly, the flag,” said Owner Ennio Doris.
“We welcomed the news of this award with great satisfaction and we are honoured to share this recognition with the owner, Cav. Doris, Arch. Benini and all those who contributed to the construction of this yacht” commented Lamberto Tacoli, President and CEO of Perini Navi. “We are proud of this award because it is dedicated to ingenuity, creativity and innovation, three characteristics that well describe Perini Navi yachts which represent the excellence of Made in Italy around the world.”