Published: Tuesday, 05 August 2014

The Veloce 140’ M/Y Cheers 46 will make her world debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Oct 30-Nov 3.

The most distinguishing feature of the Veloce 140' is the Displacement to Planing (D2P) hull designed by Pierluigi Ausonio Naval Architecture Studio and the Azimut | Benetti Research and Development Centre. The most obvious advantages are the energy-saving, 12-knot cruising speed and the ability to travel at speeds over 20 knots in total comfort.

The exterior styling and concept was developed by Stefano Righini, while the interior design is the work of the British company Redman Whiteley Dixon in collaboration with the owner’s designer.

M/Y Cheers 46 boasts the largest engines ever mounted at the Viareggio Benetti shipyard – two MTU 12V 4000 M93L 3500hp engines. She is also equipped with CMC Marine electrical fin stabilizers.

Benetti Veloce 140 My Cheers 46 Debut At Fort Lauderdale

The sun deck covers more than 77sqm and is dominated by a central pool. At the bow of the upper deck there is the yacht’s second, deeper pool.

The bridge has a large gym spanning the entire hull width. One of its main features is a side terrace with stunning views of the sea. Further astern, there is a dining area that seats 12 and a living area that extends outdoors.

The lower deck leads to the sleeping area, which consists of five cabins. This deck also features a beach club area. 

The garage can accommodate up to two tenders.