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Perini Navi S/Y Fidelis, a yacht made to enjoy life

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Designed by the Perini Navi Group's Technical and Design Department in collaboration with the New Zealand yacht designer, Ron Holland, S/Y Fidelis has a hull and superstructure in aluminum with an optimized displacement of 545 tons and a tonnage of 497 tons.

The ketch sail plan, designed and engineered by Perini Navi's Mast Division measures 1,500 square meters. Both the main and the mizzen masts are in aluminum and are respectively 58.37 and 47.97 meters high. The booms are both in carbon fiber and have in-boom furling systems.

This yacht has especially ample areas for enjoying life on deck with two cockpits, one fore, one aft, which allow owners and guests to enjoy generously comfortable outdoor spaces.

The fore cockpit is arranged around the main mast and has two "L" shaped couches that can seat up to twelve and two removable tables. This area also has a waxed canvas awning for protection from the sun and built-in lighting for evening enjoyment.

The aft cockpit has a well-protected dining area with a table for twelve and a lounging area with three couches, two armchairs and a coffee table. There is also a guest head and a semi-circular staircase, protected and embellished by a custom-built glass wall, that leads up to the flying bridge. This bridge area has been completely re-modeled compared to her sister ships in that it has a wide sunning and lounging area aft with two central seats from which to enjoy the view, a dining area and the steering stations with sail and engine controls.

Fidelis' interiors were designed in-house by Perini Navi's architects and have a contemporary, refined style with simple, clean lines combined with the use of materials such as stained walnut, wenge, parchment, maple, teak, steel, marble and leather.

The main saloon, designed as a light-filled open space, is divided into two areas by an unusual central element that houses both the steel and wenge staircase that leads to the lower deck and two elegant sliding glass doors that separate the living and dining areas.

Fidelis' lower deck has a large, full-beam stateroom with a double bed at the center, an office starboard and a couch port. The four guest cabins all have queen-sized beds and two of these also have retractable pullman berths and wide couches that can become beds.

Perini Navi's first 56mt sailing yacht, Burrasca, was launched in 2003 and since then she has been joined by sister yachts Santa Maria (now Zenji), Rosehearty, Selene, Salute, Silvana, Riela (now Asahi), Panthalassa and Melek.


Length overall: 184 ft / 56 m

LWL full load: 151 ft / 46.06 m

Beam (max): 38 ft / 11.52 m

Max speed: 15.6 Kn

Draught (keel up): 13 ft / 3.95 m

Draught (keel down): 32 ft / 9.73 m

Engines: 2X938 kW Caterpillar C32 Acert

Hull construction: Aluminium

Superstructure construction: Aluminium

Displacement full load: 545 t approx

Speed at maximum power: 15.6 kt

Range: 3, 500 Nm @ 12.5 Nm

Fuel capacity: 53,000 lt

Fresh water: 17,000 lt

Main mast height above DWL: 192 ft / 58.37 m

Mizzen mast height above DWL: 158 ft / 48.12 m

Total sail area: 1.500 mq / 16,146 ft2

Class and LY2 compilance: ABS: Malta Cross A1 Yachting Service+AMS. MCA

Interior Design: Perini Navi / Pro Design Inc.

Naval Architecture: Perini Navi, Ron Holland

Builder: Perini Navi - Viareggio, Italy

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