New 70 Metre Perini Navi Hull Arrives in La Spezia for Outfitting

They are getting bigger with every launch they make and there seems to be no holding back the Italian super yacht builder Perini Navi
Project C.2227, the first in their new generation 70 metre series, has arrived in La Spezia. She is the largest yacht in the Perini Navi fleet after the 88 metre The Maltese Falcon.
The yacht’s aluminium hull and superstructure were constructed at Perini’s Yildiz facility in Tuzla, Turkey. Fitting and furnishing will be done at the Group’s Picchiotti shipyard in La Spezia where the yacht will also be delivered in the year 2015.
The first yacht in this new series has a modern superstructure that dictates the style of the yacht with flowing and dynamic lines.  She embodies all of the characteristics that define Perini Navi yachts: quality, comfort and new level of performance in total safety and complete security.
The project has been designed in house by the Perini Navi Technical and Design office with naval architecture consultation from Philippe Briand assuring her sailing prowess.
Hull and superstructure assure a displacement of 912 tons and a gross tonnage of 850 GT. The lifting keel is central and has a new shape that will assure speed.
The draught will vary from 4.54 m when raised to 11.7 m when fully deployed. Her carbon fibre masts will measure 72 and 62m.
The yacht’s interiors have been planned by the American Design Firm PH Design with consultation and assistance by the Perini Navi Technical and Design Office.
Her Spaces will include a large open space main saloon/gallery with living and dining areas. The lower deck will include four en suite guest cabins and a full beam owner’s suite with his and hers bathrooms, and office and living areas as well as a VIP suite.