“Blanche” is a 230-foot/70-meter concept yacht, combining classic timelessness with a strong Italian imprint in which luxury, design and function gracefully coalesce. The intention of the project is to maximize space on board by obviating unnecessary complexity and visual obstructions. The result is a yacht design that embodies balance and harmony.
The concept has been developed by Fincantieri Yachts in partnership with the Italian design studio of Gabriele Teruzzi. The combination of Fincantieri’s ship and yacht building experience coupled with the fresh inspiration of a young designer allowed for a new philosophy and reshaping of the exterior profile, without losing the perspective of classic interior spacing. Both the master suite, surrounded by full-height windows and sliding glazed enclosures, and its private terrace total 2045 square feet/190 square meters. The yacht’s wellness area is likewise generously proportioned, covering a significant area of 1356 square feet/126 square meters, increasing the surface area by 2012 square feet/187 square meters when the external areas are directly connected.
Fincantieri established itself in the market as a top player in the designing and building of 328ft/100m- plus fully custom yachts. Since its inception in 2005, Fincantieri has delivered the 440ft/134m Serene (2011) and 459ft/140m Ocean Victory (2014), both extremely high quality award-winning yachts.
Fincantieri has channeled significant resources in this larger upper- end market niche, gaining important results starting from the creation of Fincantieri Yachts, the Group’s dedicated business unit. Counting on Fincantieri’s 230-year experience in shipbuilding, the company’s yacht unit offers unparalleled levels of design, style, reliability and quality in building 230ft/70m- plus vessels.
Length overall: 230ft/ 70m
Max beam: 39ft/12m
Full load draft: 11ft/3.3m
Gross tonnage: approx 1,535
Owner and guests cabins: 7
Owner and guests capacity: 14
Crew and staff capacity: 17
Nautical range at 12 knots: 5,000 nautical miles