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Benetti sells 160-foot new build


Benetti has sold a new 160-foot (49m) yacht, FB702, Project Zafiro, marking the 18th contract signed in the past 12 months for the Italian builder.
Horacio Bozzo Design will design the exterior lines and the interior layout. It will include a beach club with sauna, a flybridge with a 4m pool, an owner’s cabin with sliding balcony, and berths for 10 crew with dedicated laundry and storage space. The main garage holds a 6.3m tender and a foredeck bay holds a 3.4m crew tender. The full displacement yacht is below 500gt.

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