Aficionados of the lavish and niche sphere that is the 100m+ superyacht market will be no stranger to the decadent features which have come to define these floating mansions. Lana’s onboard gym, spa, certified helipad and spacious beach club are almost standard for a superyacht of her size, not to mention the exceptional socialising spaces spread across her numerous decks.
But it is the meticulous attention to detail onboard this superyacht, remotely sourced materials and painstaking colour palettes, which set Lana apart from the competitive crowd. Although Benetti set the bar ominously high with 107m Luminosity, launched in 2019, Lana more than lives up to her predecessor’s impeccable standard.
Each of Lana’s luxurious staterooms benefits from its own colour scheme and character, offering a unique and individual experience for each guest. Her high ceilings, some up to 1.7m high, grace her living spaces with a palatial feel, while sculptural elements throughout resonate the fluidity and tranquility of the sea.
Project managed and available for charter with Imperial, Director Julia Stewart commented on her delivery, “Being linked to the second 100m+ superyacht ever delivered in Italy by the private shipyard Benetti is a pride that we share with the builder. It was a pleasure to collaborate once again with their professional teams and their dynamic behaviour in a proactive atmosphere."
Lana reaches a top speed of up to 18.5 knots and cruises at a speed of 16 knots. She is fitted with a dynamic propulsion to ensure fuel saving, and can carry up to 31 crew members to guarantee a seamless charter experience onboard. Exclusively available for charter with Imperial, Lana will be cruising in the Spring between the Mediterranean seas and the Indian Ocean.