Fincantieri’s Blanche is a new 230-foot (70-meter) concept
“Blanche” is a new 230-foot (70-meter) concept motoryacht developed by Fincantieri Yachts in partnership with the Italian Gabriele Teruzzi’s design studio.
“Blanche” is a new 230-foot (70-meter) concept motoryacht developed by Fincantieri Yachts in partnership with the Italian Gabriele Teruzzi’s design studio. The combination of the experience of the historic shipbuilder and the inspiration of the young designer has provided an original exterior profile, as well as a novel interior. The master suite and terrace offer a total of 2,045 square feet (190 square meters), surrounded by full-height windows and sliding glazed enclosures. The wellness area also covers a significant area of 1,356 square feet (126 square meters), increasing surface area up to 2,013 square feet (187 square meters) when the external areas are directly connected.
Fincantieri has 230-years of experience in shipbuilding, the company’s yacht division builds yachts from 230-feet (70m) and up. Since the yacht division’s inception in 2005, the yard has delivered the 440-foot (134m) Serene (2011) and the 459-foot (140m) Ocean Victory (2014).
Length overall: 230ft (70m)
Max beam: 39ft (12m)
Full load draught: 11ft (3.3m)
Gross tonnage: about 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