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Once it left the production plants of the Fiart Mare Group, to which the Cetera brand belongs, it finally touched the water.The launching ceremony of what has been defined as the first and therefore also the only Multispace - which will be followed by a range of larger models - very much felt and participated by those who worked on board the boat, marks the beginning of a path that will shortly bring the boat to sail along the Italian coasts to culminate its route in the Darsena Grande in front of the Genoa Boat Show, where the boat will be exhibited to the general public from 1 to 6 October next - Marina E, Stand YE01- YE03.For Cetera 60, Francesco Guida, who signs the project, has developed an innovative layout, rationalizing each space in terms of total livability: the living area on the Cetera 60 is 146 square meters, about 20% more than a normal fly motoryacht. of the same category.The layout includes three cabins: master suite with en suite bathroom, one VIP with double bed and bathroom, and one guest with twin beds, always with en suite bathroom. On board there is also an additional cabin, the only lower deck, located forward of the hull, intended for the crew, once again with a dedicated bathroom. The sleeping area is joined by an internal lounge with dinette and bar, and two cockpits: aft, classic, dedicated to contact with the sea; at the bow, a large lounge area adjacent to the interior lounge that offers maximum privacy, especially when the yacht is moored in the marina. The kitchen, together with the dining area, is on the large upper deck, which can be closed off, where the control station is also located.The leitmotiv that characterizes the aesthetics of the boat and the enjoyment of its interiors is the extensive use of glass: it underlines the elegance of the design, accentuated by the alternation of solids and voids, lights and shadows, opaque surfaces and surfaces. windows, and at the same time floods every room with natural light, emphasizing its amplitude.With the Volvo Penta D8 engine - 2 x 600 HP 7.7-liter common-rail and 6-cylinder in-line with double-delivery turbo and volumetric compressor - and IPS 800 propulsion systems, Cetera 60 reaches a top speed of 28 knots.
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