Considered right now as one of Benetti‘s greatest technical successes, the new superyacht Spectre is a good example of a product that can have speed and be comfortable at the same time.
This yacht was recently delivered to John and Jeanette Staluppi, this being the third ship that the Italian company built for the family in less than 10 years. The name, like many other yachts from the company, derives from one of James Bond’s movies.
This The 226-foot custom yacht was built with a steel displacement hull and an aluminum superstructure. These two elements were combined to save weight.
The ambiance felt onboard is a homage to 19th century France when it came to the interior design of that time. The main salon is very lookalike a luxurious hotel lounge and the windows are allusive to Parisian Liberty Shops. It is indeed an area that invites a group to socialize in style.
On deck, there is a swimming pool, large sun pads, an outdoor bar, and a central lounger. In the dining area, there are two exterior galleys that include grill and pizza ovens for a person to cook.
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Aside from is swimming pool and helipad on the bow, the highlight of Spectre is the main deck which features a large cockpit, an interior lounge that has an entrance to its wine cellars, and, of course, formal saloon and dining areas. The lobby includes a spiral staircase and a glass elevator.
Spectre also has two guest staterooms, a large VIP cabin that has two bathrooms and surprisingly two 970-square-foot wardrobe areas. This area was created as an alternative to a typical master suite.
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We can’t also forget to mention the lower deck that has a tender garage, a full-beam spa (with gym, hammam, and massage room all included) and two guest staterooms. In this area, there are also the quartes for the crew which can be of about 14 people.