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Italian shipyard Benetti Yachts has launched the seventh hull in its Classic Supreme 132 series, 40m superyacht Chrimi III.
Classic Supreme 132 forms part of Benetti’s Displacement Class series which first launched in 2012, and ranges from 28.5m Delfino 93, to 43.6m Vision 145.
Chrimi III is fitted with twin MTU 2000 M72 main engines, and is able to reach a top speed of 15 knots, and cruising speed of 14 knots. Chrimi’s exterior was designed by Stefano Righini, while the interior was a collaboration between the owner and interior designer, Pulina DNA.
Offering accommodation for 10 guests, she includes two en-suite VIP cabins and two twin cabins on the lower deck. Her interior features a full beam owner’s suite on the main deck, and a sliding balcony which extends out from the port side. The owner’s suite also includes an office, walk-in-wardrobe and his-and-hers bathrooms.
Chrimi III, like her predecessors, features two hot tubs: one on the foredeck and one on the sun deck. There are two al fresco dining areas on the sun deck and upper aft deck. There is also a tender garage with space for two jet skis and a Williams Diesel jet tender
She is fitted with the Benetti Exclusive Sea Technology (BEST), combining on-board electronics and entertainment.
For more information, visit Benetti Yachts.
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