The latest addition to the Amer 94 Save the Sea range was launched in Viareggio on Friday July 8.
Italian shipyard Permare, the builder of the Amer Yachts brand, has announced the launch of the 28.6m motoryacht Visionaria. The latest addition to the Amer 94 Save the Sea range touched the water in Viareggio on Friday July 8.
Visionaria is powered by three Volvo Penta IPS 1200, the same engines chosen for Baccarat, the first model of the range that was presented to the market last year.
The superyacht builder says the new motoryacht reached a maximum speed of 30.5 knots during sea trials and that this result exceeds the performance this model registered in 2015. The company has also revealed that the new 28.6m vessel had a consumption equal to 41lt sailing at a displacement trim of 9.2 knots and 870RPM.
In addition, Amer Yachts reintroduces its 29.6m motoryacht Amer Cento with a new propulsion package. The vessel enters the market as Amer Cento Quad and she is the first to be equipped with four Volvo Penta IPS 1050 instead of the traditional engines. The new model follows on from the first Amer Cento launched in 2013.
The motoryacht will be capable of sailing at a displacement trim of 10 knots and 1000RPM. The estimated consumption is equal to 6.5lt per mile, the shipyard claims.
Permare has also announced that an Amer 94 Save the Sea and the new Amer Cento Quad will be on display during the Cannes and Genova boat shows this year. These superyachts will be available for visits and sea trials.
The Amer Cento Quad on displayed during these shows features five guest cabins. The superyacht builder says this layout has been obtainable thanks to the space that the new engines allow to save.