Built as the third vessel in Perini Navi’s highly acclaimed Picchiotti Vitrivius series, ‘Grace E’ completed her sea trials in March and will make an exciting addition to the 2014 Monaco Yacht Show line-up. She follows her two predecessors, the 2010 50m/164ft motor yacht ‘Exuma’ and the 2011 55m/183ft superyacht ‘Galileo G’.
The innovative Vitrivius series has been designed by the celebrated Philippe Briand, each featuring the same exterior characteristics in the strong, sharp lines of the hull and superstructure. ‘Grace E’ however boasts a unique advanced new generation diesel-electric propulsion system with two Azipod fixed pitch propellers. The system represents state-of-the-art design and technology achievements from her pedigree builder, allowing for outstanding performance in fuel and power consumption as well as exceptionally low noise and vibration levels.
In addition to her cutting-edge design and construction, superyacht ‘Grace E’ also offers an extensive range of luxury amenities. Her ample outdoor spaces include a fully-equipped ‘wellness deck’ where charter guests can relax and enjoy a gym, massage room, steam sauna and hydrotherapy equipment. Her stunning interior is the work of Remi Tessier and combines timeless Italian styling with contemporary accents, providing accommodation for 12 guests in seven staterooms.
Weekly charter rates start at €560,000 in low season and €595,000 in high season, contact your charter broker/yacht-charter-broker/index.htm for further booking details. Alternatively take a look at the selection of charter yachts so far confirmed for the Monaco Yacht Show 2014.
The innovative Vitrivius series has been designed by the celebrated Philippe Briand, each featuring the same exterior characteristics in the strong, sharp lines of the hull and superstructure.
73m Picchiotti, 2014