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Benetti launches fourth hull in Fast series

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Benetti has launched the 125-foot (38m) M/Y Lejos 3, the fourth of its Fast 125 series, built at the Benetti shipyard in Viareggio. She will be delivered to the owner in the coming months.

Lejos 3 is fitted with the Azipull Carbon propulsion system developed jointly by Benetti and Rolls Royce and designed specifically for the Fast 125 line. Her interior is based on Benetti’s Air configuration, the most contemporary of the three interior design options (Air, Land and Sea) offered to Benetti Fast 125 owners.

The launch of Lejos 3 comes a few days after the market debut of M/Y Skyler, the third unit in the series. They join M/Y Ironman and M/Y Constance Joy, first and second hull of the Fast 125 line.

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