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Two prestigious awards confirm Benetti’s success at the Cannes Festival. The 2011 Best Interior Award crowned Benetti’s Vision 145’ for its innovative interior design collaboration with the international studio Molori Design, while Benetti’s FB 252 65mt Nataly won the 2011 Best Design Award for yachts over 50 metres.

  The most eagerly anticipated gala dinner of the year – an event that ushers in the season’s most important new offerings – was held last Saturday, 10 September, against the backdrop of beautiful Cannes: the awards ceremony for the 2011 World Yacht Trophies. The ceremony was organised by the publishing group LuxMediaGroup and presided over by a prestigious panel of experts, which over the summer examined the major new offerings for the season just now underway.
  “Told U So” is the sixteenth Vision 145’ which, for its sheer size and impressiveness, is one of the top models in Benetti’s popular Class range. Constructed with composite materials, it is the result of a savvy production strategy that combines the strengths of the Azimut Benetti Group, which are anchored in the continual search for technical and functional innovation at all levels, with personal flair in the details, the direct expressions of boat owners desires to possess an object that is an expression themselves.


   For this very reason, Told U So represents an important advancement: the boat owner was directly involved; he personally designed the interiors using wood, marble, and fine fabrics from all over the world, adding his yacht to the Malori Studio design portfolio. Starting in 2007, Molori Design’s range of projects has included a safari lodge in the Madikwe Preserve, South Africa, and private beaches in Cape Town and on the Great Barrier Reef in Port Douglas, Australia. Add to this a fleet that includes an Executive Boeing 727-200, two Gulfstream GII, a Learjet 25C, a Hawker 700 and a Bell 222 helicopter, all furnished and decorated according to the precise specifications of the owner.

Specifications Told U So

Builder: Benetti Shipyard, Italy
Construction materials: GRP
Length overall: 43.6 m - 143’ 1’’
Maximum beam: 9.26 m - 30’ 4’’
Maximum draft: 2.72 m - 8’ 11’’
Full load displacement: 390 t
Fuel capacity: 60,000 l
Fresh water capacity: 9,500 l
Main engines: 2 x CAT C32 Acert 1300HP, 970 kW @ 1.800 rpm
Maximum speed: 15 knots
Cruising Speed: 14 knots
Range at 12 knots: 3,500 n.m.
Generators: Kohler 2 x 125 kW
Bow thruster: VT Naiad Marine VT 77 77 kW
Exterior styling & concept: Stefano Righini
Interior Design: Molori Design
Accommodation for guests: 10 persons
Accommodation for crew: 9 persons
Classification: ABS Malta Cross A1 Yachting Service AMS – LY2 compliance (option)

  For Benetti’s Custom line yachts in steel and aluminium, the FB 252 65mt Nataly won the jury’s unanimous approval which awarded it the best design for boats over 50 metres.
  The automobile world has often drawn inspiration from the shape of seaworthy boats, incorporating the work processes and the way smooth surfaces are interrupted to create not just structural and functional tensions but true and proper paths for the eye to follow. These forms return to the sea with the megayacht Nataly, developed by the London studio Redman Whiteley & Dixon which was responsible not only for the interiors but also for the exterior lines.


  Two important awards, one for the Benetti Class range – the line of Benetti yachts from 93-145 feet made in composite materials – and one for the Benetti Custom range once again confirm Benetti’s leadership in the megayacht sector, as well as the boatyard’s motto “Italian Excellence since 1873”.

Specifications Nataly:

Builder: Benetti Shipyard – Livorno, Italy
Construction materials: steel hull and aluminium superstructure
Length overall: 65 m - 213’ 25’’
Maximum beam: 11.75 m - 38’ 54’’
Maximum draft: 3.10 m - 10’ 17’’
Full load displacement: 1050 t
Fuel capacity: 160,000 l
Fresh water capacity: 40,000 l
Main engines: 2 CAT 351 6B, 1,685 kW at 1,600 rpm
Maximum speed: 15 knots
Range at 12 knots: 5,000 n.m.
Generators: 3 CAT C9 main generator, 200 kW, 380V 50 Hz
Bow thruster: Quantum Marine, Vosper 180 kW
Air conditioning system: Condaria
Naval Architect: Azimut-Benetti Spa
Exterior styling & concept: Redman Whiteley Dixon ltd.
Interior Design: Redman Whiteley Dixon ltd.
Accommodation for guests: 12 in 6 cabins
2 in 1 Owner's cabin
Accommodation for crew: 16 in 8 cabins
2 in 1 Captain's cabin
Classification: American Bureau of Shipping
Tenders: Maori Tender 50 ft with twin 350 hp Cummins engines, Novurania Chase 38 with twin Volvo D4 300HP, Novurania Equator 540 inboard Volvo D3-200.