Satine is a 35m / 114′10″ luxury motor yacht from the Benetti “Classic 115” series which was delivered in 2001.
She features exterior design by Stefano Righini Design, while Zuretti Interior Design was charged with the creative internal ambience, and Benetti Yacht Design was the naval architecture company involved in the professional superyacht plans.
Satine captures the timeless Benetti styling, while packing the amenities of a 40m yacht into 35m: highlights such as the main deck owner’s suite and the tender garage give indeed the feeling of a much larger vessel.
Her beautiful furnishings and sumptuous seating featured throughout create an elegant and comfortable atmosphere and complement the technical features to provide a perfect combination of performance and luxury.
Powered by 2 MTU engines, giving a cruising speed of 14kn and a top speed of 16kn, her 3300nm range makes her suitable for long cruising on a very low fuel consumption at economy speed.
The interior layout offers comfort, style and lots of space on three decks for up to 8 guests accommodated in 4 rooms including a full beam master suite on the main deck and a full beam VIP stateroom on the lower deck where also 2 twin cabins are located. A crew of 7 members ensures a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
A rare find for yachts in this size range is the relaxing sky lounge, featuring a second bar and day head. On the main deck, in addition to the owner’s cabin, we find a large salon and dining room separated by a bar for entertaining.
Showcasing a clever use of space with an artful combination of integrated systems, she’s a true crowd-pleaser. Whether your ideal vacation is kicking back and relaxing, going to the gym for a good workout on all the latest equipment to maintain your fitness routine, or soaking up the bubbles in style in the deck Jacuzzi, Satine’s impressive leisure and entertainment facilities will meet your expectations.
However, being such a popular superyacht takes its toll especially on a GRP hull and superstructure, hence her latest stop at the Naples shipyard of PALUMBO SY REFIT.
Here the yacht has undergone repairs to the fiberglass of the port-side bulwark on main deck aft, near the stainless steel fairlead rollers, which were found to be damaged so had to be replaced.
Not a big deal for the highly skilled PALUMBO team, used to carry out much more demanding tasks, Satine will be soon be in pristine shape again to resume what she does best: transforming every cruise into an unforgettable experience!
By the way, to be on the safe side and benefit of the several unique advantages offered by the network-based PALUMBO SY Refit structure, Satine has already confirmed PALUMBO SY Refit Savona as her next shipyard of call in spring.