It’s based on the awarded (including “Motor Yacht of the Year 2011” at The World Superyacht Awards) 2010 launched “Exuma” by Picchiotti Motor Yachts (part of the Perini Navi Group). Exuma completed successfully a world circumnavigation of 55.000 nautical miles and proved her efficiency and reliability.
This 50m design is a typical Vitruvius design: Sleek, robust, efficient and well-balanced to cruise with style and comfort.
Combining luxury with green efficiency is the hallmark of excellence by Vitruvius Yacht. The optimized hull saves 25 % less fuel consumption. In this way also a reduced CO₂ emission than other yachts of her size.
She has a range of 5.500 nautical miles at an economical speed of 12 knots. The layout of the new 50m distinguishes her from Exuma. Exuma was designed as a long distance explorer this projects was designed for cruising with more rooms.
The space on the main deck is used for the owner’s suite and two large guests cabins for this is the most comfortable location for the cabins. On the lower deck, there are two other roomy guest cabins and the remaining space is dedicated to huge crew quarters for the seven crew.
The living area on the main deck presents the possibility to open on three faces instead of the aft wall only. Transparency is key, which is why all walls of the superstructure are all surrounded by high bay windows, bringing light and outer views into all of the accommodations.
The outer space areas are twice as large than on EXUMA. They include a larger upper terrace, a sun deck and a lounge area on the fore deck. The sun deck has a Jacuzzi.
Since her launch in July 2010, the efficient Vitruvius 50m EXUMA has enjoyed enormous success thanks to her striking and innovative design. This multiple awards winning yacht is the result of a seamless collaboration between Vitruvius Yachts, Philippe Briand, and the shipyard Picchiotti SPA. The construction of this new Vitruvius 50M will use all the experience and expertise of these partnerships to build a yacht that will cruise effortlessly in The Mediterranean, The Caribbean and beyond.