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Autumn of the Petrel.

Burevestnik Group: big plans for the largest yacht holding in Russia
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Though autumn is traditionally perceived as a time of withering and decline, for the holding company. Burevestnik Group all the interesting things are just getting started. The main goals for September are of course, Cannes и Monacobut the band has something to surprise them with, too.

The autumn season will be opened with an event called Ferretti Group Private Preview, a private show by the Italian giants of the Ferretti Group that will take place on September 8, 9 and 10 at the Marina of the Yacht Club of Monaco. The program includes live music, excellent catering, sea outings and much more, and most importantly, individual shows of motor yachts of all brands of the group.

Burevestnik Group, as the official distributor of Ferretti Yachts in Russia, will present the key novelties - Ferretti 780 and Ferretti 920 flybridge yachts. The first boat is an evolutionary development of the very successful previous model, now with a streamlined design and smooth superstructure lines, as well as a completely renewed layout of the stern. The evolution seems to have been successful in this case, with five hulls of the new Ferretti 780 sold before the first yacht went into the water.

Ferretti Yachts 920 - another premiere. A key feature of the model was the placement of the full width owner's suite on the main deck, giving an incredible amount of interior space. On the forward deck there is a spacious seating area with adjustable armchairs and sun awning. The cockpit, wheelhouse and crew quarters are separated from the living areas for maximum guest comfort. The yacht's interior, with its varied and well-thought-out relaxation areas, combined with the successful layout and high quality finishing materials, deserves special praise.

Next stop is Cannes, where the band will play a broad front. Meet a number of new products: the already mentioned Ferretti 780 and Ferretti 920, the 32 XP 32m Explorer and the European premiere of the 62 Fly from the Turkish shipyard. NumarineThe new range of legendary Chris-Craft boats, as well as the Mangusta 110 Series and the Displacement Mangusta Oceano 42 from the Italian Mangusta Overmarine.

Explorer Numarine 32XP - ship with wide shower. With a length of 32.5 m and a width of 8 m, it offers an incredible amount of space on board. With her steel hull and fiberglass superstructure, she can travel up to 3,000 nautical miles at 9 knots per fueling.

The Numarine 62 FLY features a clever layout: a large sunbed, a bar with a sink, grill, fridge and even an ice maker, as well as an external dining area with a C-shaped sofa, for example, can be found in the relax area on the flybridge. The yacht has a top speed of 36 knots and a cruising speed of 28 knots. Fuel consumption is lower, with a cruising range of 375 nautical miles.

At the Monaco Yacht Show, the Burevestnik Group is expected to present a bigger range of new yachts: the 50m. Mangusta 165E Maxi Open class, displacement steel Mangusta Oceano 42 Long Range series as well as Custom Line Navetta 33.

Mangusta 165E is not technically new - it is already the 12th case in the series, but it is always nice to look at the long low beauty, one of a kind. In her class, Maxi Open is the fastest composite megayacht in the Maxi Open class, with a top speed of up to 37 knots! This is achieved by using four MTU diesel engines with a total power of 10400 hp. The interior volume of the yacht is impressive: for example, the cockpit and spacious main deck saloon are transformed into an event area at the owner's request. There is also an upper deck which is also very spacious for this class.

The Mangusta Oceano 42, Mangusta's first exploratory experience, looks discreet and stylish. The design features a combination of hard and soft lines, from the vertical wheelhouse windows to the curves of the superstructure. With a top speed of up to 15 knots, the vessel can cruise up to 4000 miles at cruising speed without refueling.

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