New Italian shipyard Cetera Yachts will present the first concept at the boat show in Dusseldorf (Germany), which will be held from 19 to 27 January 2019. It will be a 18,9 m motor boat with a width of 5.5 meters, which the builders themselves have dubbed “multispatial” (Multispace Yacht), reports ybw.com.
Designer concept Gvid Francesco (Francesco Guida) has decided to place all guest cabins on the main deck, completely freeing the lower deck under the forecastle crew, outbuilding and garage for the tender.
He placed the cabins in the Central part of the boat, to not have — as usual — to accommodate the tapering lines of the bow and stern parts. On the nose is the main salon with panoramic Windows from floor to ceiling. The salon is on the same level as the cabins, so no stairs between them.
On the upper deck, which can be both open and closed, thanks to the folding roof in a small dining area can accommodate eight guests. Also on this level is the wheelhouse and the galley.
Arranging guest cabins on the main deck, Gvid, as they say, killed two birds with one stone: first, due to the greater distance from the engine compartment is provided to guests of lower noise and vibration, and secondly, due to the simplification plan has reduced the time needed for construction.
Inspired Gvid images of single-storey villas, many of which were scattered along the shores of the Bay of Naples, which will be built boats Cetera. The Assembly will take place in the city of Bahia at the production sites of Fiart Mare.
From the point of view of technical characteristics about boats Cetera is that we can only say that it will be possible to equip hybrid propulsion systems. It is planned that in person to see the products of the shipyard will be in the spring and fall 2019.
Headed Cetera Yachts main shareholder Dufour Yachts Salvatore Serio (Salvatore Serio) and Paolo Francia (Paolo Francia) — owner of a CorseT company, which specializiruetsya in the production of prototypes and moulds for industry of shipbuilding.ceteraconceptdusseldorfmultispatialpresentingyachts