Pisa Superyachts, formerly Cantieri di Pisa, is picking up where its predecessor left off. It recently completed the 153-foot (46.5-meter) megayacht Project 12, with the same craftspeople working on the build.
If you’re familiar with Cantieri di Pisa projects, you’ll recognize Project 12’s lines as being similar to those of its Akhir models. Project 12 also has a similarly good turn of speed, reportedly 24.5 knots at top end and 22.5 knots at cruise. Power comes from twin 4,670-hp MTUs.
The megayacht was commissioned by an experienced owner who wanted voluminous spaces and flexibility for charter. As a result, Project 12, which is classed to ABS and MCA compliant, has accommodations for 12 or 14 guests, depending on how rooms are configured. Specifically, the full-beam VIP suite has a separate lounge, which can transform into a stateroom via a sliding door that’s soundproofed for privacy. The remaining four guest cabins include two twin-bedded staterooms that both have pullmans. As for the master suite (above), it is, of course, full beam and is situated on the main deck. The his-and-her baths are accompanied by his-and-her, walk-in wardrobes.
Mark Berryman Design fashioned Project 12’s interior, using limed teak, marble, and leather, but notably glass for the floating staircase between the main and upper decks, topped by a skylight. No doubt the owner and charter guests alike will make good use of the skylounge (above), given port and starboard balconies that are accessed via sliding doors. They’ll also certainly enjoy the saloon’s music/library nook and bar.
Project 12 is for charter via Burgess’ central listing and for sale jointly by Burgess and Opal Marine. Asking price: €23 million (about $29.65 million). The megayacht is on display at the Cannes boat show this week and will be at the Monaco Yacht Show next week.