Benetti Launched ERUS Delfino 95′ Fourth Unit

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Benetti greets the new year by launching BD104 M/Y “Eurus”, the fourth model of Delfino 95’, 29-meter-long and 7-meter-wide displacement yacht belonging to the Class product line. Precious and refined interiors, enriched with parquet and marble flooring, combine with sleek exterior spaces created by the designer Giorgio M. Cassetta.

As it was in 2018, Benetti devotes its first launch of the year to the fleet’s entry-level vessel, the Delfino 95’. “Eurus”, fourth unit of the model introduced last year, has been christened yesterday in the waters of the Viareggio shipyard. This unit as well is characterized by external spaces designed by Giorgio M. Cassetta.

Once the ceremony was concluded, Franco Fusignani, Benetti’s CEO, declared:

Today we have witnessed a new important milestone for Benetti and the Viareggio shipyard. Throughout 2019, the shipyard in Via Coppino will deliver 13 new vessels, including 4 more Delfino 95′ units. This model proved to be a successful one for Benetti, with 6 units already sold and 4 in production right here in Viareggio. For two of these we have almost finalized the sale

“Eurus” develops her layout on 4 decks and she can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 cabins. Among the main features of this yacht are the plated finishes and the internal flooring, with a refined parquet that alternates light and dark oak. The only exceptions are the bathrooms in the Master Suite and the guests’ cabins, where the floors are in Zebrino and Limestone marble.

On the Main Deck, there is the main saloon, divided into a relax zone, furnished with two armchairs and a comfortable sofa, and a dining area dominated by a table for 10 people. On the same deck, there is the owner’s suite, with its private bathroom, as well as the galley, equipped with a wine-cell and an ice machine.

From the galley, where two washing machines and two dryers are located, one may enter in the Lower Deck, straight into the crew area where the 3 cabins can host 4 people of the crew and the captain. Moving forward, on the same deck, there are 4 guest cabins, two Vip and two guest, each with private bathroom.

The Upper Deck, dedicated to convivial moments, is characterized by spacious outdoor areas furnished with sofas and sunpads, as well as a long table at stern. All the elegant furnishings of this area have been personally selected by the owner. A glass sliding door grants access to the interior areas where the wheelhouse is located. A second pilothouse can be found on the Sun Deck that has been designed to fully enjoy every moment of the cruise and enriched with a fabric sofa for the guests.

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