Benetti 132-footer will debut in Miami

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The 132-foot Petrus II, the first hull built in Benetti Yacht's new Classic range, will make its U.S. debut in February at the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach.

Petrus II represents a further evolution of the Benetti look by the architect Righini, the company announced. The new Benetti Classic Supreme 132 measures 40.24 meters overall, with a maximum beam of 8.28 meters.

The project brief was guided by the necessity to present an ever more competitive vessel to the market.

The interior design is by Francios Zuretti, in collaboration with the yard's internal design team. The interior furnishings of Petrus II are of natural oak and wengè, with handmade leather inserts.

Other special materials are also used: structural wengè to give a 3-D effect, diamond-shaped panels in ivory-colored natural leather in the owner's and the VIP cabins rise from behind the head of the berths and continue up to the ceiling, and in other spaces, such as the main salon, there are recessed ceiling lights.

A mix of marble, leather finish and mosaics are used in the heads.

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