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Benetti delivers 63m Metis

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M/Y Metis, a custom 206.7-foot (63m) yacht with steel hull and aluminum superstructure, was recently delivered to its German owner. Kurt Lehmann of Yacht Moments, who introduced the buyer, was in charge of project management.

The yacht’s exteriors were designed by Giorgio M. Cassetta in collaboration with Benetti. Interiors represent a collaboration between German studio Birgit Otte Interior and English studio Bannenberg & Rowell.

A pair of MTU 12V engines with a power of 1,380 kW provide a maximum speed of 16 knots, with a range of 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.

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