|Overall length (LOA)||19.82 m (65')|
|Maximum beam||5.21 m (17' 1'')|
|Draft||1.55 m (5' 1'')|
|Maximum speed||30 kn (MAN V8 1000)|
31 kn (MAN V8 1200)
|Cruise speed||26 kn (MAN V8 1000)|
26 kn (MAN V8 1200)
|Fuel||3500 l (925 US gal)|
|Fresh water||750 l (198 US gal)|
The aesthetic research invests the boat with a timeless, instantly recognisable, style and gives the yacht a highly naval allure.
Classic elements are intelligently reinterpreted in a modern key. The result is cutting edge but not extreme in its design, reassuring, yet at the same time highly innovative. It is the Monte Carlo Yachts brand style. This is evident in the overall line of the boat and in its detail. In the profile, for example, so characteristic, thanks to its pulpit-less high flared bow. Present too in the portholes: an original touch, like a signature feature, the result of reinterpreting the classic bull's eye.
Elegance and functionality come together, precisely as do the design and technical solutions. It is from this point of view that the new model epitomises all the characteristic appealing features of the range. The Portuguese bridge to the bow, the radar mast to support the flybridge T-top entirely of carbon fibre, the beautiful supports in glass and steel which protect the lateral walkways right up to the entrance to the saloon on the bulwark side: in 20 metres of length, it feels like being on board a megayacht.
This impression is also reinforced by the interiors. The decor is refined, walnut and grey oak elements prevail, with brown and grey leather inserts, a slight hint of lacquer and costly fabrics. Materials and finishings which enhance generous and liveable spaces.