A Closer Look at Benetti’s 58M Sunday

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Benetti Shipyard knows how to perfectly combine luxury and innovation to create top of the line superyachts that are known worldwide. Over the years, superyachts have become larger and more extravagant than ever before. The number of super yachts has nearly doubled in the past decade and yacht builders are consistently turning out more extravagant yachts with every new build. Shipyards are constantly pushing the limits with what they can do and build for their customers; designing custom yachts for private use and for chartering. One of the most luxurious mega yachts on the water today is the Sunday, built by the infamous Italian ship builder, Benetti Shipyard.

Sunday

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Built in 2006 by the Italian yacht builders and Azimut owned Benetti Shipyard, the Sunday boasts 59.8m/1966.19 ft. of elegant style and features galore that make this yacht one of the most luxurious yachts built to-date. The Sunday charter was refitted in 2010 and comes fully loaded with all the space, latest entertainment facilities and water toys for making this an excellent superyacht for a family and friends charter experience.

The Sunday’s unique custom design, inside and out, were thoughtfully put together to give this yacht an unprecedented look and appeal. The interior was masterfully and well thought out with a look of modern elegance by Studio Ipso while her sleek and streamlined exterior was designed by Stefano Natucci. Benetti uses only the most up-to-date and innovative technology and tools together with highly crafted artisans to build his yachts whether for individual owners or for charter. Only a small number of yachts are built each year to ensure that attention to every detail is given on each yacht. The Sunday charter yacht is spectacular, inside and out. It is the picture of modern extravagance and luxury and is one of Benetti’s finest in his line of mega yachts.

How Sunday was built

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The Sunday was built with a naval architecture with a steel hull and superstructure. She was built to comply with MCA and ABS standards, and she extends to a total length of 59.8m/1966.19 ft. Sunday was built with Benetti’s careful attention to the Benetti’s Quality System which entails a collection of highly skilled specialist managers and experts that are required to perform over a thousand tests and quality checks on every yacht, including medium-sized yachts to be sure the yacht is meeting all technical specifications and functional standards. It is also important that the yacht is in line with the owner’s expectations throughout the building process.

Layout of Sunday

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Sunday was designed for the ultimate pleasure and relaxation for gatherings of friends, families or colleagues in mind with an abundance of seating, dining and entertainment areas across the four full decks. From the on board private night club and multiple dining areas, including comfortable outdoor Al-fresco eating and multiple sunbathing areas. You’ll find a private office or study and two salons for a little pampering and keeping up with your beauty regimen. The full beam master stateroom is located on the main deck while the VIP state room is located on the upper deck and includes a large queen-sized bed and an en-suite bathroom with fantastic views of the cruising areas.

Other cabins are found on the lower deck. Two double staterooms and two twin cabins are located below, with accessibility to facilities. All cabins have air conditioning as well as they have an AC controller in the room so that your guests and crew can adjust the AC to their own personal comfort level. All the areas, including the cabins, are designed with luxurious features to make sure you and your guests’ comfort and relaxation are priority.

Features

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Nothing was overlooked on the Sunday charter yacht when in came to relaxation, comfort, function and especially luxury. This mega yacht is the ultimate example of sumptuous taste and beauty in its décor, and fun and pampering in the many amenities you’ll find from one end of the yacht to the other. The features the Sunday charter yacht has on board range in fine dining to entertainment, relaxation and fun with good friends and family.

The most recognized feature of the Sunday are:

  • All Teak decks
  • Air conditioning
  • Wifi connections
  • Jacuzzi
  • Sun loungers
  • Videos on demand
  • 2 salons
  • Multiple dining areas including Al-fresco dining
  • Outdoor bar stocked with ice
  • Outdoor BBQ

Water toy features

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Something everyone looks forward to when cruising the Mediterranean or Caribbean is the time they spend playing in the beautiful waters of these exotic destinations. That is precisely why every type of water toy imaginable, was included on the Sunday charter yacht so you and your guests could experience the fun of playing in these breathtaking waters how you want to, from canoeing, jet skiing the surrounding areas from your yacht, or spend a little time snorkeling or diving beneath to see the beautiful marine life below.

The water toys included on the Sunday include:

  • Jet skis
  • Canoes
  • Banana
  • Towable water toys
  • Inflatable water toys
  • Water skis
  • Wetsuits
  • Fishing gear

Specs

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Sunday was designed and constructed to give the yacht the most functionality and power for its large size. It is designed with superior craftsmanship and is proof of what can be built and achieved starting with a blank slate, vision and ingenuity. The Sunday charter has impressive specs. With her 1850 hp Caterpillar engines, this mega yacht has the ability to reach a top speed of 17 knots easily and at a 15 knot cruising speed, it allows for a 5000 mile range.

 The detailed specs are below:

  • Decks – 4 full decks
  • Accommodations – Accommodates up to 12 guests in 6 cabins plus 15 crewman in separate cabins
  • Length – 58.6 m / 193.38 ft
  • Beam – 10m
  • Draft – 3.1m
  • Engines – Powered with 1850 hp Caterpillar engines to give her a top speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots
  • Fuel capacity – 130.000 Liters
  • Fuel consumption – 550 Liters/hour

Sunday is available for charter and to find out more details, you can speak with your favorite charter broker about Sunday’s availability and rates. You can also view photos of her online


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