Motor Yacht GRACE E Completes Sea Trials
The brand new 73m/240’ Picchiotti superyacht GRACE E has successfully completed her sea trials and has received excellent results in all areas with special acclamation going to her quiet cruising and reduced vibration.
Charter yacht GRACE E was launched late last year and was the third vessel from the innovative Picchiotti Vitrivius series to be sold by Perini Navi. The series, which includes the 2010-launched award-winning charter yacht EXUMA, has been introduced by the Perini Navi Group to re-launch the Picchiotti brand and remind the industry of its reputation for innovative design, quality engineering and high production standards.
Each of the yachts from the Vitrivius range boasts the same dynamic hull and superstructure design, ensuring efficient and autonomous navigation. Unlike the first two hulls however, GRACE E features an advanced diesel-electric propulsion system that runs on two Azipods, electronically activated propellers mounted on a guidable support. This state-of-the-art system has allowed for exceptionally low noise and vibration levels meaning that charter guests endure minimal disturbance while underway and are able to enjoy her array of amenities in peace.
Set over five decks, GRACE E’s outdoor areas are fully-equipped for comfort and boast special features such as an upper deck wellness centre featuring a gym, sauna and hydrotherapy treatment equipment. Her elegant Remi Tessier-designed interior meanwhile has been finished to the highest specifications, combining timeless Italian styling with contemporary accents to further confirm her place amongst the finest superyachts available on the global charter fleet.
Weekly charter rates start at €560,000 in low season and €595,000 in high season, contact your charter broker for further booking details. Alternatively you can take a look at the full selection of Picchiotti-built charter yachts here.
exceptionally low noise and vibration levels meaning that charter guests endure minimal disturbance while underway