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Benetti revealed four new concepts at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show last week, all of which were designed in collaboration with British studio RWD.
The new designs, which were first revealed at the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show, expand the BNow collection. The first designs featured exteriors by Stefano Natucci and interior by RWD, but the latest concepts see the British studio take charge of the exterior styling too. The result is a clever combination of curves and straight lines, culminating in an almost vertical bow.
The largest of the four models is 68m in length, whilst the smallest is defined by its sub-500GT interior volume. According to Benetti, the vessels boast a multitude of wellness areas, including a superyacht gym, a spa and a beach club, providing guests with plenty of options for working out or relaxing.
As is the case with every model in the BNow range, Benetti can reduce the build time by using a pre-engineered technical platform. The modern styling allows for modifications to be performed easily, without compromising the comfort and light that are integral to the designs.
Other projects currently in development at the Italian yard include the 63m Project Balance, which is due for delivery in March 2019.
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