Filippetti presents the new Navetta 30
Elegant, majestic and environment-friendly. The new Navetta 30, the second model of the “green collection” built by Filippetti Yacht after the Navetta 26, is a luxury superyacht based on eco-sustainable criteria: displacement hull, low emissions and consumption, exceptional water and fuel capacity.
The Navetta 30 is a perfect long-range cruiser with very low environmental impact, designed to enjoy a responsible sailing experience in harmony with the sea. Furthermore, fascination and comfort give the owner and his crew all the pleasure of sailing on a prestigious boat, where nothing is left to chance.
The images of the lounge below refer to the new Navetta 30, which develops on four decks: lower deck, main deck, upper deck and sun deck.
Every single deck has a precise layout for better use and an exclusive cruising experience in direct contact with the sea.
The arrangement of the spaces, surprising in size for a 30-meter boat, and the multiple furniture solutions guarantee an absolutely luxury and comfortable navigation.
Every detail is customizable around the owner’s needs, so that every unit is unique and inimitable.
The owner, in fact, can choose between two versions, with 5 or 6 cabins. The photos of the interior refer to some precedent units, already launched and delivered to their owners.
Navetta 30, a deck exclusively reserved for the owner
In the 6-cabin version of the new Navetta 30 built by Filippetti Yacht, the upper deck is entirely reserved for the owner, according to an architectural layout designed to best protect his privacy. In both configurations, the master suite is located at the far bow, in a privileged full-beam position, from which the owner can enjoy maximum privacy and a breath-taking panoramic view.
The sundeck, the same for both layouts, is an additional relaxation area where both the owner and his guests can relax and enjoy maximum privacy even when the boat is docked in a marina.
Light is one among the main features of the Filippetti Navetta 30. In the bow, where the large owner area is accommodated, the enveloping windows and the particular portholes flood the interiors with an incredible amount of natural light, offering an ample panoramic view. Even the master head features a very refined design.
Both layouts of the Navetta 30 include a large open space living zone, a large galley, a technologically advanced helm station, a technical room and a 10-square-meter provate beach club.
Power comes from two CAT engines, 885HP each, which deliver a cruising speed of 13 knots and a maximum speed of 17 knots, with a fuel consumption of 27,000 liters and a range of over 4,000 nautical miles.
|Overall length||30,40 m|
|Hull Length||28,50 m|
|Maximum Beam||7,50 m|
|Material of construction||Fiberglass|
|Hull||Displacement with bulb|
|Unladen Displacement||117 t|
|Laden Displacement||155 t|
|Fuel Capacity||27.000 lt|
|Water Capacity||3.700 lt|
|Engines||2 x 885 mHP CAT C18|
|Max speed||17 n|
|Cruising Speed||13 n|
|Generator||2 x 40 kW|
|Cabins||Layout A: 5|
Layout B: 6
|Heads||Layout A: 6|
Layout B: 7
|Crew cabins||Layout A: 2|
Layout B: 3
|Crew heads||Layout A: 2|
Layout B: 3
|Homologation and category||RINA C ✠ Hull ● Mach ; Y – Unrestricted Navigation|
|Exterior design||Filippetti Yacht|