The SQUALL yacht combines all the beauty of craftsmanship from Perini Navi, the Italian shipyard, and functional design from Dubois Naval Architects. She features luxurious interior designs from Perini Navi and Remi Tessier.
The sailing yacht is one of 37 sailing yachts in the 50-55m size range. The price of the sailing vessel has been conservatively estimated at $50 million.
|Interior Designer:||Rémi Tessier|
|Price:||US $50 million|
|Annual Running:||US $5 million|
SQUALL yacht interior
The interior of the magnificent SQUALL yacht features a sumptuous design from Perini Navi and Remi Tessier. The award-winning yacht has accommodation on board for ten guests in 5 cabins with ten crew members.
She is a reasonably deep yacht that provides a spacious area for her guests to enjoy with her wide beam. Her interior design encourages a relaxed and luxurious experience for guests onboard.
The decor is in a modern style with walnut joinery and wedge accents. The yacht’s interior features a main deck pilothouse with a bar and saloon and a covered alfresco dining area to the aft for outdoor living.
The accommodations deck has a full-beam master suite to the aft, with two symmetrical twins and two double guest cabins forward off a central corridor.
The engine room is set forward for optimum weight placement and separates the guests from the crew quarters, which are forward.
The SQUALL yacht features exterior design from Perini Navi and naval architecture from Dubois Naval Architects. She was launched from the Italian shipyard in 2002 and delivered to her owner when she was launched from Viareggio.
Her distinctive Italian-style exterior is still recognizable 20 years after she launched with her attractive balance, assisted sail and engine controls, computer monitoring, and advanced engineering.
The yacht has a TDM profile feature with a single-level superstructure that keeps weight low and reduces windage. The yacht features an aluminum hull and superstructure with teak decks.
She differs from other Perini Navi yachts, as her Dubois custom design incorporated a slightly finer huliform, no flying bridge, a deeper draft, single-engine propulsion, and a fixed ballast keel. She underwent an extensive refit in 2008 and was extensively modernized.
SQUALL has a length of 52.34m, a beam of 10.35m, and a draft of 5.06m. She has a volume of 360 gross tons. She has one caterpillar engine, which gives her a cruising speed of 13 knots and a top speed of 14 knots.
She has an impressive range of 3900 nautical miles. SQUALL was the 23rd largest yacht built by Perini Navi.
SQUALL yacht owner
The owner of the SQUALL yacht remains anonymous, but she was reportedly commissioned by one of Europe’s richest businessmen who brings his family, children, and grandchildren on board to enjoy the sailing experience.
SQUALL was built with an estimated price tag of $50 million.