Benetti announced the launch of SEASENSE aka FB268 for an experienced yacht owner.

SEASENSE stands for some premieres: The owner has chosen Benetti for the first time, the Dutch exterior designer Cor D. Rover designed his first Benetti yacht and the design studio AREA Architecture enters the superyacht business with their interior design for this vessel that welcomes 12 guests in 6 cabins. Four of the six cabins are on the lower deck.

The owner wanted the maximum of outdoor areas and contact with the sea. This reflects also the name SEASENSE. The main deck aft has a big pool with a size of 10 x 4m and a sunbathing area with the opinion to cover it with carbon fiber and teak plank. Then you have a basketball court on the large aft deck.

“The ‘sense of the sea’ is ever present, recalled constantly in all the interiors by the expert use of multiple blue colorways. The materials have been meticulously researched to create unique furnishings, including the four varieties of wood proposed in the cabins, or the marble and carpets used in the bathrooms and in in the internal areas’ floors. 

On the right is the VIP cabin and, further forward, the owners’ apartment, complete with chaise longue, twin walk-in wardrobes and a bathroom with shower and tub. The ceiling is over 3 meters high. The owners are enthusiastic art collectors and specifically asked for a huge steel chandelier/sculpture, measuring 2.7 x 2.2 m and commissioned specifically for Seasense, to be installed in the cabin.”

Main Specifications

Length over all:67.00 m
Beam:10.80 m
Draft:3.20 m
Exterior Design:Cor D. Rover
Interior Design:AREA
Naval Architecture:Benetti in-house Team
Range at 12 knots:5,000 nm
Max Speed:15.5 knots
Main Engines:2 x CAT 3512C HD 1380kW
Guests:12 in 6 Suites
Crew:14 in 9 Cabins
Classification:Lloyd’s Register ✠ A1 SSC Yacht, Mono G6, ✠ LMC