Last spring Italian shipyard Perini Navi launched the exquisite Xnoi superyacht, whose name is surprisingly pronounced “per noi”, meaning “for us” in Italian. Not exactly sure who “us” is, but right now this is probably the least relevant part of the story. This article is all about how awesome the vessel is in terms of…pretty much everything.
Measuring 30.65 meters (100.5 feet) in length, the yacht is a tangible proof of the shipyard’s openness towards innovation and advanced technologies. It is their first ever project to boast anextremely lightweight structure made entirely of carbon fiber. The expensive material was used for the hull, boom, mast and superstructure.
Without compromising on functionality, the vessel flaunts a perfect mix of sportiness, classiness and contemporary charm. Both the interiors and the architecture of the boat were designed by Mario Pedol and Massimo Gino of Nauta Yacht. From the double helm station area to the plush lounging/sunbathing zone, to the cockpit/alfresco dining area, everything is flawlessly designed, built and furnished.
The main living space features a U-shaped configuration that encourages communication, and is fitted with a large TV. Also here there is a nice office area with large desk and a small but comfy sofa. The saloon is another excellent place for hanging out, especially because it is flooded with natural light, a detail that makes chatting, dining, and any other activity much more enjoyable.
Accommodation wise, the Xnoi offers four spacious staterooms – 3 twins and a lavish master suite – which ensure enough sleeping space for up to 10 people. Just the right number of friends for an excellent voyage.