The VECTOR yacht is a custom superyacht launched in July 2015 by world-renowned Italian shipbuilders Benetti.
The yacht took three years to construct in Viareggio and Livorno and she now sails under the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines flag.
|Interior Design:||Luca Dini Design & Architecture|
VECTOR Yacht Interior
The VECTOR yacht interior was styled by Italian firm Luca Dini Design & Architecture.
Her timeless inside is decorated with elegant furniture and beautiful seating across her three spacious decks.
She can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests in six luxury staterooms and can also accommodate 14 crew members, including the captain.
Some of her notable features include an upper deck with a wet bar, vast sunbathing areas, a swim platform, sun loungers, air-conditioning, and WIFI.
From the swimming platform, guests can have easy access to the main deck aft to enjoy alfresco dining and outdoor living.
Her foredeck provides panoramic views to enjoy the sunshine and a circular dining table for guests can be found on the upper deck.
Regardless if it’s with family or friends, VECTOR has impressive leisure and entertainment facilities for socialising.
Not a lot of information on her interior has been revealed earning her the reputation of being a “private” yacht.
VECTOR Yacht Exterior
The VECTOR yacht’s exterior design and naval architecture were the responsibility of Benetti’s in-house team.
She is built with a Teak deck, aluminium superstructure and a displacement steel hull.
This custom vessel features sumptuous lines and a glaring white exterior that reflects Italian design.
VECTOR is equipped with a Naiad Dynamics stabilisation, reducing the roll emotion effect, making the cruising experience even more comfortable at anchor.
VECTOR Yacht Specifications
The VECTOR is a 57.0m motor yacht with a 10.2 beam, a 2.9m draft and a gross tonnage of 865.
She is powered by twin Caterpillar diesel engines allowing her to cruise at a speed of 14.5 knots and can reach a maximum speed of 15.5 knots.
VECTOR boasts a range of 4,000 nautical miles and she can store 80,000 litres of fuel and 15,000 litres of water on board.
She has a shaft drive propulsion type and 2 x five fixed blades propellers made in nickel, aluminium and bronze alloy.
She is the 35th largest yacht ever built and designed by Benetti and it’s in the top 5% by LOA in the world.
Price & Charter
The Italian superyacht is currently not listed for sale or charter and the price of the yacht is unknown.
The VECTOR yacht was last sold in 2015 by Imperial, who acted as buyer and owner’s representative.