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Benetti delivers 35.5m Good Day, 29m Baya

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Benetti has delivered the fourth hull of its Mediterraneo 116 line and the fifth hull of its Delfino 95 line.

M/Y Good Day, a 116-foot Mediterraneo delivered May 8, is driven by 2 MAN V12 of 1,029 Kw up to a maximum speed of 15 knots; the cruising speed is about 14 knots, according to the yard.

M/Y Baya, a 95-foot Delfino delivered May 15, has two 1,000 hp MAN V8 engines able to cover 2,400nm at a cruising speed of 10 knots, and a maximum speed of 13.5 knots.

M/Y Good Day

The exterior lines of both yachts were designed by Giorgio M. Cassetta with the interiors developed by Benetti, according to a company press release.

M/Y Baya

The yard also exhibited three Class category yachts in the same period during the Versilia Yachting Rendezvous boat show held May 9-12 in Viareggio. For more information, visit benettiyachts.it.

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