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Designed by Stefano Righini and constructed from composite and carbon at Benetti’s boatyard in Viareggio, Italy, the 125-foot Vivace was also developed in close collaboration with Rolls-Royce, which designed the new carbon Azipull 65C pod engine exclusively for the yacht.
Vivace 125′ join’s the flagship Class Fast Displacement line, Veloce 140’, and takes inspiration from its forerunners construction technology, stylistic features, and spacial layout. Benetti Class Vivace 125’ is a composite and carbon construction yacht built at the Viareggio boatyard, it is a 38.10 meter by 8.30 meters semi-wide body with three decks plus a sun deck. Much like its bigger sister, Stefano Righini has designed the F-125′ with a sporty exterior employing generous amounts of horizontal windows to accentuate the sleek lines; its hallmark is a large central design element at the sides enclosing the upper deck stair.
The interior layout is articulated in 4 suites for 8 guests and the owner’s apartments forward on the main deck, at full beam. The captain plus a crew of 7 is available to see to all the guest’s needs.
The D2P_Displacement Planing® hull equipped with wave piercer was perfected by Benetti technicians for the Rolls-Royce propulsion pod by optimizing all the stern tunnel thrusters and those elements impacting hydrodynamic coefficients. The result is an even greater improvement of the already enhanced propulsion efficiency of the pod drives.
The D2P® hull with wave piercer enables the new Fast Displacement series to reach higher speeds without engine strain, or to cruise in displacement mode at an economical speed with a much greater range.