It features an all-aluminum hull as well as a length of 136 feet, and it was unveiled during the latest Monaco Yacht Show. We’re talking about the SF40 Serenity superyacht, which was created by an Italian shipyard named Mondomarine. Both the interior and exterior designs for this wonderful vessel were sketched out by Luca Vallebona of SF Yachts, and while the exterior can be described using words such as modern, imposing and elegant, the interior arrangements deserve a much more detailed analysis.
Starting off with the accommodations, we’ll tell you that they comprise four guest cabins that can house up to 10 guests in sublime conditions, as they include a generous number of high-end amenities and high-quality finishes. These four cabins are actually two spacious VIP cabins and two twin cabins, each featuring its own en-suite facilities. As for the owner’s suite, it flaunts a divided layout, which includes an upper area and a lower area. The upper part offers superb panoramas of the fore, and it comprises two seating areas, a desk and a comfortable bed. The lower area is a more private space, which incorporates the en-suite bathroom and a dressing area.
Other highlights of the SF40 Serenity superyacht include a luxurious dining area, a main salon and a beach club. As far as power goes, the vessel comes with a pair of MTU 12V 2000 M72 engines that ensure a cruising speed of 15 knots, a top speed of 16 knots and a range of 4,000 nm at a speed of 12 knots.