M/Y Triumph is the new member, and one of the most recent, megayachts launched by Benetti. Triumph is 65 meters long, and featuring five enclosed decks plus a Sundeck, achieving an exquisite balance between volume and length.
Built on one of Benetti’s most successful platforms, the vessel has a highly efficient hull and guarantees silent cruising for long-distance trips in the utmost comfort.
On board the Triumph, the use of “Box-in-Box” construction technology is extended to almost all the living areas; this technology in conjunction with many other solutions developed by the shipyard’s engineering department ensures silent running and reduced vibrations – features that are highly valued by Benetti’s customers.
The owner of Triumph, which has a range of over 4,700 miles at 12 knots, intends to spend long periods on board with their guests while taking advantage of all the spaces, ensuring optimal service on every deck. The quality of the platform has made it possible to optimise any extra space around the rooms, ensuring more surface area both for the crew to work in and for the owner and guests to enjoy their life on board.
The most important features include the 130-square-meter master suit with an adjoining study/lounge and spacious outdoor terrace, the full-beam VIP cabin on the Main Deck as well as a generously sized and light-filled lounge on the Upper Deck, a gym with a huge sliding glass door on the Bridge Deck, a touch-and-go helipad and a beach area of over 70 square meters.
Conviviality is the undisputed driver of a design that ensures guests can be accommodated together in almost all the areas for entertaining on the megayacht.
The yacht’s sleek, sculpted exterior styling is the work of Cassetta Yacht Designers, the well-known Italian firm that has successfully given this boat a sense of timeless elegance, free from the constraints of current fashions.
Starting from the top, the Sundeck is characterised by an all-round panoramic view and fitted out with lounge areas and a Jacuzzi. Directly underneath, on the Bridge Deck, you will find the veranda/gym area, a hybrid indoor/outdoor setting with over 2.4m of headroom inside that makes it both practical and delightfully airy, equipped with air conditioning and a lightweight sliding glass door.
The unusually sized Upper Deck has a spacious exterior dining area, complete with an American bar and a panoramic lounge that can also be used as a touch-and-go helipad if needed.
Triumph has a sleek and elegant stern that works very well with the position and length of the decks above, counterpointing the extremely long bow in a combination of proportions that embodies linear elegance.
The yacht’s hull is designed to maximize efficiency and reduce fuel consumption, as well as ensuring excellent handling at sea, remarkable stability, and great manoeuvrability.
The distribution of space on board Triumph is ideal: two large garage, crew quarters that are completely separate from the guest area but directly connect to it both horizontally and vertically, and an under-lower service deck. Designed to offer the ultimate in technical and storage spaces, Triumph is ideal for long, comfortable cruises.
The layout, the choice of materials, decor and furniture were handled by the Benetti style department working in tandem with the client. Green & Mingarelli Design was chosen directly by the owner to look after the decorative aspects. The result is a unique yacht characterised by a style that combines ethnicity and luxury, using exclusive materials like glass by Lalique, marble and fur, alongside elements of green design.
The indoor and outdoor dining tables were designed specifically for Triumph.
All the outdoor furniture is made of stainless steel, elegantly detailed with special corded rope producing an effect in line with the yacht’s contemporary style.
Based on input from the owner, the designers adopted a contemporary, cosmopolitan style that avoids any particular geographical references and chooses refined materials like Crema Marfil, Statuary and Amani marble. Similarly striking are the loom-woven silk and wool carpets, with a pattern inspired by oriental fabrics depicting the geometrical designs created by sand dunes in the desert.
The interior layout features a division of space on the Main Deck that harks back to tradition, with a generous lounge followed by the indoor dining area that doubles up as a movie theatre.
Also worthy of note is the light decor, designed to showcase works of art the client has chosen to hang onboard: a selection of photographs by internationally renowned artists arranged in the style of a museum or art gallery.
The owner is a passionate collector, among other things of Triumph motorcycles, one of which is installed as part of the decor on the Upper Deck.