The Picchiotti 50-metre EXUMA is the first motor yacht of the Vitruvius series built by the Perini Navi Group. She was conceived with a focus on efficiency for fully autonomous, reliable, and elegant navigation. These concepts come to life in the hull and superstructure design, the layout of the guest and crew accommodations and the onboard equipment that will allow for the discovery and exploration of the surrounding environment. Philippe Briand, naval architect and designer of EXUMA, was inspired by the streamlined principles of sailboat hulls, where the lines of design, volume distribution and the study of weights are optimized to attain the best efficiency. The aluminium hull is characterized by streamlined, limited waterline length and a straight and deep bow. This type of hull and two zero speed roll stabilisers endow the hull with exceptional cruising stability. Combined with the installed power, these features ensure long-term navigation in total safety and tranquility. She features a reduced draft of 2.3 metres that allows navigation in shallow waters.
EXUMA features unparalleled interior and exterior space design and layout. The successful study of the proportions between hull and superstructure allow for large spaces dedicated to ensuring privacy among guests, equipment for exploration, are storage of materials.
The use of titanium in all the external handrails combine extremely high reliability even in the most extreme conditions of use with perfect chromatic harmony with the yacht’s hull.
EXUMA was designed with a strong aptitude for exploration in mind. Indeed, it allows a range of over 5,500 miles at a speed of 12 knots. This is enabled by 75,000 litres of fuel and 17,000 litres of fresh water tankage. A particular characteristic of this yacht is the capacity (123m3) of stowing large amounts of equipment and gear onboard in order to be able to venture out into the most beautiful and remote areas of the world.
With her shallow draft and incredible water toys, EXUMA is perfect for exploration and adventure!