AFTER HER WORLD DEBUT at last year’s Cannes Yachting Festival, the Vivace 125’ joins the flagship Fast Displacement line. The 38-metre yacht is a composite and carbon construction yacht built at the Viareggio boatyard.
Designer Stefano Righini designed the yacht with a sporty exterior employing horizontal windows to accentuate sleek lines. At 8.3 metres semi-wide, the yacht boasts three decks plus a sundeck.
The exterior has four distinct areas devoted to the sea and on-board living. Astern on the upper deck is a lounge with a custom divan over two metres long and almost five wide, while forward a swimming pool and area for relaxing are added to the traditional sun-deck.
The interior layout features four suites for eight guests, plus the full- beam owner’s apartment on the main deck. The Captain will have a crew of seven running the yacht and catering to the guests.
The revolutionary hull form allows the owner to use the yacht both in displacement mode with low fuel consumption for slow deliveries and at higher speeds in complete comfort. The quiet ride is obtained through the use of a special propulsion system that allows the engine room to be placed further aft, providing increased isolation for the guest cabins.
Thanks to an exclusive agreement, the Vivace 125’ is equipped with a series of azipod transmissions designed by Rolls-Royce. The D2P hull with wave piercer enables the new Fast Displacement series to reach higher speeds without engine strain and allows cruising in displacement mode at an economical speed with a much greater range.