A new category of boat, the Cetera 60, has been launched. The first multi-space yacht in history has finally been launched, having attracted a lot of attention since the project’s first public releases. The official debut will however be at Genoa Boat Show from 1 to 6 October.
Cetera 60, just launched the first multispace yacht ever
The project for the Cetera 60, which has just come out of the Fiart Mare group’s shipyards, is signed by Francesco Guida. An innovative layout, all focused on on-board liveability, which has been taken to the highest level. What does this mean in purely numerical terms? That, for example, the living area of this boat is 146 square meters, which according to the shipyard represents 20% more than another 60-foot flybridge.
Cetera 60 – Interior
The layout of this motor yacht includes three cabins: a master cabin with en suite bathroom, a VIP cabin with a double bed and bathroom, and a guest cabin with twin beds, also with a private bathroom. Onboard there is an additional cabin, the only one below deck, located in front of the hull, for the crew of the boat. This one, too, has a dedicated bathroom to guarantee maximum privacy on board.
In addition to the sleeping area, there is an internal saloon with a dining dinette and bar. At the stern, there is the classic cockpit which guarantees maximum ease of access to the sea, while at the bow there is a large lounge area adjacent to the inner saloon. This area offers privacy, especially when the yacht is at berth in the marina. The galley, together with the dining area, is on the large, lockable upper deck, where is also located the steering station.
Glass is another element that characterizes this motor yacht. The advantages are these: natural light on board, a more liveable environment, and more contact with the sea.
Cetera 60 can reach an interesting speed of 28 knots. All this with a Volvo Penta D8 – 2×600 HP common-rail 7.7-litre, in-line 6-cylinder 7.7-litre engine with double delivery turbocharger and a volumetric compressor connected to the IPS 800 propulsion systems.