The Vitruvius series was conceived with a focus on efficiency for fully autonomous, reliable, and elegant navigation.
These concepts of the PICCHIOTTI – Vitruvius series are realized in the hull and superstructure design, the organization of the guest and crew accommodations and the onboard equipment that will allow for the discovery and exploration of the surrounding environment.
Her draft is just 2.3m so that she can enter shallow waters and her autonomy is 6.500 nm at 12 knots.
From 2010 to 2014, Exuma has embarked on a round the world tour leaving her Mediterranean home port, crossing the Atlantic and touring the Caribbean and from there off to the Pacific Ocean where she has navigated for approximately 44.444 nautical miles.
Widely recognized as one of the best motor yachts of her time, Exuma has won a variety of prestigious international awards such as Motor Yacht of the Year and Best Displacement motor yacht of below 500 GT. She has been awarded Rina Green plus Platinum certification, considered to be the highest recognition for respect of the environment. She also won Most Innovative Yacht of the Year at the 2010 World Yacht Trophy and “Asia-based Charter Yacht of the Year 2012” at the Asia Pacific Awards 2012.
Exuma carries an awesome fleet of tenders. The most interesting tender should be the amphibious off-road car by Iveco with Castoldi Jet. Then follows a 12 ft. Hov Pod Hovercraft and other tenders and toys like Castoldi tender (21 ft and 14 ft), two SEABOB, two electric scooters and a SeaDoo RXT 250 Jet Ski.
|Length over all:||50.00 m|
|Length Waterline:||48.90 m|
|Exterior Design:||Vitruvius Ltd.|
|Interior Design:||Perini Navi|
|Naval Architecture:||Philippe Briand|
|Main Engines:||2 x Caterpillar C32 (970 kW @ 2100 rpm)|
|Max Speed:||16.5 knots|
|Cruising speed:||9.5 knots|
|Range @ 12 knots:||6,500 nm|