The new 30.3 meter performance cruising sailing yacht Vismara Bebivi has been launched in Viareggio, Italy. Bebivi is built in composite materials, with the hull and deck constructed entirely out of carbon to ensure she is light and fast. She also has a carbon mast and boom.
A retractable keel with the addition of two “winglets” on the bulb is designed for maximum stability and sailing performance. Helm controls are found in both cockpit and an internal wheelhouse, with the addition of a joystick for ease of manoeuvring.
Vismara Bebivi is powered by twin 300hp Cummins QSB 6.7 diesel engines. There are two generators with lithium batteries that can power the air conditioning when the gensets are off.
Bebivi was designed to create a distinction between the owner/guest and crew living areas and the yacht can accommodate up to six guests with four crew members. The layout of the new Vismara Bebivi is divided into two zones.
Aft is the engine room, and crew area with two cabins, two bathrooms and a large living room and kitchen. While at the bow there are spaces intended for guests and owner with two guest cabins with bathrooms and showers, and a large master cabin with sitting area, bathroom and wardrobe.