Check out the latest superyacht from Perini Navi and designer Ron Holland.
Perini Navi, the Italian shipyard known for its fleet of colossal sailboats, has recently launched the latest in its 56-meter superyacht series by designer Ron Holland. The Riela, however, differs from its sister ships in that the ketch was designed to be fast and eye-catching. Perini combined an ultralight, streamlined aluminum hull and 15,000-square-foot sail plan to make Riela a fast, comfortable cruising yacht that will have a decided speed edge in regattas. But the topside is simply the beginning of this multifaceted yacht. Riela has large social areas, like the salon and dining areas, with six guest cabins. The staterooms include a full-beam owner’s suite, two VIP cabins, two twin-bed cabins, and a sixth cabin with over-and-under bunks. The yacht also has four cabins for its nine crew members. – From Robb Report
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