July 25, 2010

New Model: Filippetti 95 Bisquit

Fano South Adriatic Sea, July 8, 2010 was the first sea trials of the new Filippetti 95 Biscuit a thirty meters super yacht one off construction committed to the shipyard and Hot Lab Studio. The project stems from two factors: the thirty-year experience of Filippetti family, now driving a new shipyard, and the interiors styling bearing the signature of Hot Lab Studio. The construction of the 95 Biscuit, initially assigned to a shipyard in the Calabria region in Italy, was subsequently entrusted to Filippetti Yacht in Mondolfo Puglia, where the yacht was delivered in January 2010 to be refitted and completed. Filippetti Yacht was involved in the construction of the superstructure, painting and assembly of all components of the boat: engines and steels up to the whole furniture. For the interior design. Hot Lab Studio provided a constant and valuable advice with the aim to give the yacht an elegant and refined style. 95 Biscuit has two decks and a flybridge. On the lower deck there are two twin staterooms, the VIP and the master cabin, each fully equipped. Also on the lower deck, the crew area has been designed to comfortably house four persons. A stunning full-beam master stateroom matches a mix of dark woods with fair leather and steel. On the main deck the brightness of the staterooms is highlighted by fair colors on walls and on ceilings. The living area is spacious and comfortable, with a bar and an office corner. A big L-shaped sofa and two armchairs by Moroso are present in the layout. The dining area is detached and composed by a ten-person capacity table designed by Saarinen, with small armchairs by Moroso. A wine cellar is also present. The galley is a synthesis of pragmatic use of the space and elegance with Gaggenau components adding to the two refrigerator-freezers, 90-mm induction hobs, microwave and 90 cm electric fridge, ice maker, washing machine and coffee machine. A crew mess, equipped with TV and space for four persons, is also present. The flying bridge has been conceived for relax and outdoor leisure: wet bar, wash basin, grill and refrigerators. At starboard there are two sofas. Each sofa has been studied for a different use: the former can be used as dining area and includes a teak table for twelve people designed by Hot Lab; the later L-shaped, can be convertible in a spacious sunbathing area. A second cockpit and two chaises lounges are the final touch to the furniture on the sun deck. Filippetti 95 Biscuit was officially launched on July 20 in Fano, where it will continue for a long cruise in the Mediterranean which will lead her to an official presentation in the Cannes show in September 2010. Powered by twin Cats 1821hp the 95 Bisquit reaches top speeds of 28 knots and a cruise of 26.
Technical Data:
LOA - 29.57 m (97ft)
Waterline Length - 25.40 m
Beam - 6.50 m
Draft - 1.70 m
Displacement - 110000 kg
Fuel Capacity - 17520 l
Water Capacity - 2250 l
Accommodation - 8 guest in 4 cabins, 4 crew in 2 cabins
Engines - 2 x Cat C32 ACERT 1821hp
Propulsion - line shaft with ZF gearbox
Speed - 28 knots max, 26 knots cruise
Project - Hot Lab Studio