The second Delfino 95’ unit built, BD102, was successfully launched. Uriamir is a 28.95-metre displacement vessel in the Classic category, with a fibreglass hull and a carbon fibre superstructure. This model, which is permeated by the ‘Made in Italy’ ethos, offers comfort and liveability.
The exteriors are styled by Giorgio M. Cassetta. Uriamir is scheduled for delivery on 15 May, before it will be on display at Viareggio during the Versilia Yachting Rendezvous from 10 to 13 May.
The Delfino 95’ has been designed as an evolution of the Delfino 93’, for a niche market of owners looking for extreme comfort and reliability, combined with the high quality standards typically found on Benetti yachts. Uriamir has a fast, flowing hull with an exterior and interior that feature extensive glazed surfaces.
The interiors are realised following the owner suggestions by alternating the use of light and dark coloured materials, including various types of marble and tay and tanganika wood in polished and matt versions.
The Lower Deck is home to four double cabins for guests, two with double beds and two with sliding twin beds. One of the cabins with twin beds has a pullman bed. The forward area is reserved for the crew and can sleep up to five people.
The Main Deck stands out for the classic shapes and settings used and the flooring is entirely parquet.
The owner’s cabin has two separate wardrobes and double bathrooms, one of which is fitted with a tub and integrated shower.
The main lounge, with two huge glazed surfaces on either side that extends over its entire length, contains two clearly defined spaces, the dining area and a lounge furnished with sofas and a retractable ceiling TV. A wide sliding door connects the Main Lounge with the outdoor area as though they were both part of the same large space.
The helm station is located on the Upper Deck, which also contains a panoramic pool in the bow area. An absolute novelty for boats this size is the Sun Deck, which on Uriamir is furnished with two sofas and a second outdoor helm station to enjoy driving the yacht to the full.
The yacht has a garage that can accommodate a tender up 4.40 metres long and is powered by two 1,000 hp Man V8 engines, driving it to a top speed of 14.5 knots.