21 September 2022
On display at the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show, 28 September to 1 October, is one of Benetti’s most recent launches, 65-metre superyacht, Triumph launched in 2021.
Manuele Thiella, CEO of Royal Yacht International, international luxury yacht advisor company with headquarters based in Monte Carlo and London, represented the owner.
Launched in secrecy in early 2021, this unique vessel measures 65 metres in length, with a maximum draft of 3.3 feet and a beam of 11.2 feet. She has a gross tonnage of 1,350 tonnes and is complete with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure.
Her exterior design is by Giorgio Maria Cassetta, whilst her interior design and naval architecture was penned by Benetti.
Giorgio M. Cassetta has excelled on Triumph’s anything-but-discrete exterior. Large, curved windows give the yacht a streamlined appearance to offset her formidable presence on the water.
Unlike previous Benetti launches in her size range, six decks of decadence make up her remarkably sleek profile, with an additional deck to be used as a sundeck.
The magnificent vessel has a 70-square-metre beach club with a hydraulic platform, a sauna, gym, massage room, jacuzzi and touch-and-go helipad at the bow.
The sky lounge on the upper deck blends seamlessly with the welcoming aft outdoor spaces, fitted with custom furniture. The owner’s apartment, set over a sprawling 130 square metres, takes full advantage of the deck’s spaciousness and stunning views.
The aft cockpit on the main deck is an outdoor spot, sheltered yet in contact with the environment, perfect for conversation and relaxation.
Amidships, the large and bright living area, consisting of a dining and relaxation space, is complete with every comfort. Also on the main deck, the VIP stateroom dedicates an opulent suite to the owner’s guests.
Triumph doubles as a floating art gallery, featuring extensive photography art by David Yarrow.
She can host up to 12 guests in six cabins, as well as up to 15 crew members. Triumph can achieve a top speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots, with a range of 5,000 nautical miles.