Compared with her sister ship P2, hull C.2130 has been designed according to a brief for fast and easy sail handling through three semiautomatic Perini Navi electric captive winches. The sloop will feature laminated sails, with a carbon fibre furling boom for
performance and safety in all conditions. Her hull and superstructure are in Sealium, a lightweight aluminium alloy that is highly corrosion resistant. Thanks to widespread use of latest generation carbon fibre in the boom, standing rigging, spreaders roll bar and helms, the yacht’s displacement is 160 tons while its GT is 171 tons. The yacht’s deck hardware will allow for competitive performance with limited crew.
Perini Navi Design Department and are typified by a sporty elegance that aims to optimise space and storage areas to made life aboard even more comfortable.
C.2130 joins two other yachts in the Perini Navi Group order book. The second yacht in their 60m line, sloop C.2218, is due for delivery in 2014 and the first yacht in their 70m line is due for delivery in 2015. The third yacht in their 60m line is on hold awaiting a buyer and can be ready for delivery within two years. The Group’s production plans also include the delivery of the third yacht in the Picchiotti Vitruvius series, 73m Grace E.
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