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Benetti launches 2nd Delfino 95

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Benetti has launched its second Delfino 95, DB102. M/Y Uriamir is a 95-foot (29m) displacement yacht with a fiberglass hull and carbon fiber superstructure.

Along with the owner’s cabin on the main deck, there are four double cabins for up to 9 guests on the lower deck. The garage can accommodate a tender up to 14.4 feet (4.4m). The yacht is powered by two 1,000hp Man V8 engines, with a top speed of 14.5 knots.

Uriamir, scheduled for delivery on May 15, will be on display in Viareggio during the Versilia Yachting Rendezvous on May 10-13.

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