Picchiotti 50m Exuma: delivered to her owner


07/2010 –

Picchiotti 50m Exuma, the first motor yacht unit by Perini Navi Group of the Vitruvius® series, has been formally delivered to her Owner

Perini Navi Group, world leader in the construction of luxury yachts, has announced the hand-over of the motor yacht Exuma, the first of three units sold presently by the Perini Navi Group under the Picchiotti brand. The formal delivery was held in Picchiotti shipyard in La Spezia, in the presence of an Owner’s representative and the Team of Picchiotti, Perini Navi Group. Following the formal procedure, the crew proceeded with the flag substitution.

The new generation of Picchiotti Vitruvius®-series motor yachts, born from the collaboration between Vitruvius Ltd, Philippe Briand and the Perini Navi Group, is conceived with a focus on top efficiency for fully autonomous navigation in stylish comfort.

Exuma was planned and created with a strong aptitude for exploration in mind, and has the capability of stowing large amounts of equipment on board to allow exploring the most beautiful and remote areas of the world.

On the occasion of the official launch of Exuma that took place on July 3rd, 2010 at the shipyard Picchiotti of La Spezia, the Perini Navi Group announced the new organisation of the Italian shipyards, with the change of company name – which took place on 16th June, 2010 – of the Cantieri Navali Beconcini shipyard of La Spezia, to Picchiotti. The objective is to define a focused business strategy concentrating the production of motor yachts at the Picchiotti shipyard in La Spezia (formerly Cantieri Navali Beconcini shipyard).

In a few days, Exuma will turn on its engines to sail and explore the most beautiful and most remote areas of the world. Tech Specs of Picchiotti Exuma

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