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Benetti delivers M/Y LADY LILIAN, the 32nd of benetti’s successful classic 121’ range

Benetti Classic 121’ Lady Lilian, the 37-meter superyacht with fibreglass hull and superstructure, has been successfully delivered on Wednesday 12 July 2017, as planned by Benetti, and left the shipyard with her owner on board only six days after. This efficiency has been made possible by the incredible team work of the project and the delivery teams of Benetti’s shipyard and by the extraordinary collaboration of the crew on tests and inspections.

Lady Lilian is the 32nd unit of Benetti’s Classic 121’ Range to be sold since the line has been launched, another proof of the remarkable success that this line had and still has among yachts’ owners.

The concept and exteriors of the Classic 121’ are by Stefano Righini, who has worked with Benetti on many occasions through the years, while the designer François Zuretti, who has also contributed successfully to various projects by the shipyard, designed the interiors, giving the boat a modern and contemporary style. The owner contributed largely to the choice of some of the décor elements – such as details, bathroom’s accessories, structural leathers, decorative lights and the layout of the headboards – and of the loose furniture, selected among the most prestigious brands on the market.

The layout features four VIP cabins on the Lower Deck plus the owner’s suite, accommodating up to 10 guests.

The owner’s full beam suite is in the bow on the Main Deck, while the exteriors are designed to offer guests the ultimate in relaxation, with comfortable seating in addition to a more formal outdoor dining area on the Upper Deck and a more informal one on the Sun Deck, which also features a hydromassage tub, a barbecue area and a bar.

BC134 CLASSIC 121’ LADY LILIAN – fitted with 2xMTU2000M72 of 1080 Kw each, the yacht can reach a top speed of 15 knots and has a cruising speed of 13 knots. The yacht’s range is 3,400 nautical miles at a speed of 11 knots.