Perini Navi will attend the 34th edition of the Palm Beach International Boat Show, a major event in the boat show calendar that will take place from 28-31 March in West Palm Beach. During the show, Perini Navi will present models from both its sailing and motor yacht series – E-volution and Argonaut respectively – that make up part of its enhanced range. “We’ve really invested heavily in these new product lines that offer our clients innovative solutions and, at the same time, continuity with our brand tradition,” says Lamberto Tacoli, Chairman and CEO of Perini Navi. “The USA market has strategic importance for Perini Navi and we have every intention of growing our profile with further investment”.
The E-volution sailing yacht series is distinguished by its contemporary exterior design and by its hull form with a maximum beam that extends almost to the transom, offering much more exterior living space and interior volume. In Palm Beach, Perini Navi will be highlighting the new SY 47m flybridge sloop and SY 56m ketch.
The SY 47m is currently in build on speculation and will be equipped with hybrid propulsion as well as a brand new swing keel developed in-house by Perini Navi. With an open transom, twin rudders, a proprietary fly-by-wire system and a sail plan of over 2,000 sq/m, this modern sloop offers power and manoeuvrability in a Panamax package.
The SY 56m is derived from one of Perini Navi’s most iconic series and reinterprets the classic concept by marrying timeless design with a new sense of space and functionality. Like her forebears, this new-generation ketch is below 500GT and is available with a forward cockpit, a feature exclusive to Perini Navi that offers increased liveability and privacy when moored stern-to.
In Palm Beach, Perini Navi will also present the MY 63m, the MY 83m and the MY 93m in the new steel and aluminium Argonaut series developed entirely in-house by the Perini Navi design team. The concept borrows the classic lines of Perini Navi sailing yachts and seamlessly moulds them into a series of motor yachts up to 93m, with sleek profiles, flared bows and low-rise superstructures.