New Images of Benetti B.Yond Released
The B.YOND range of expedition yachts was unveiled by Benetti last October, and has its roots in the Italian shipyard’s strong history in fibreglass and steel. The naming of the concept range derives from the charm and innovation that separates the yacht from others in its category.
B.Yond has been designed to offer guests a closer contact with the sea. An open design and large windows throughout connect guests with the natural environment and seascapes. There have been intelligent features incorporated into the design to make the most of the space available, with the option of a fourth deck possible which would boast huge windows for panoramic views of the sea.
The first B.Yond model is a 37-metre explorer yacht with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, featured in the new images shown above. With a beam of 8.6 metres, she is a voluminous yacht with guest spaces similar to what one would find onboard a 50-metre superyacht of around 500 tonnes. Ideal for long cruises to be enjoyed in ultimate luxury, the 37m B.Yond will significantly reduce her environmental impact thanks to her new E-Mode propulsion system by Siemens.
While the engineering effort behind the yacht will enable her to take guests to remote areas of the world, she still has the high level of luxury that is to be expected of a Benetti superyacht. A new layout and bespoke design for the owner allows for a strict separation of the decks’ function. The Main Deck is dedicated as the accommodation space for both the owner and their guests, with the owner enjoying a full beam suite that is accessed by a private staircase. The Upper Deck houses the large living areas that are suited for all scenarios of guest entertainment, with a space that can be adapted to be either a fully appointed gym or a sixth guest cabin.
As can be seen in the new imagery, Benetti’s B.Yond has been sumptuously styled to offer guests an exquisite base from which to explore the world. We are excited to follow the success of this latest range by the esteemed Italian yachtbuilder.