The Cetera 60 Multispace Yacht has captured the attention of both owners and industry experts alike in recent months, thanks to its ingenious concept and superb standard of innovation. Once it exited the production facility owned by the Fiart Mare Group, which Cetera belongs to, it finally touched the water for the first time.
The launch ceremony for the first and only Multispace, which will be followed by a range of larger models, was a very special occasion attended by everyone that had worked on the craft. The event also marked the start of a journey that will soon see the yacht exploring the Italian coastline as she makes her way to the Darsena Grande at the International Genoa Boat Show where she will be on show to the public from October 1 to 6 next at Marina E, Stand YE01-YE03.
The Cetera 60’s design is the work of Francesco Guida, who created an innovative layout that makes superbly rational use of every last inch of space to guarantee total liveability aboard. Just to start with, it has 146 sqm of living space – that’s an impressive 20% or so more than a conventional fly motoryacht of the same range.
The layout features three cabins: a master suite with en suite bathroom, a double VIP with bathroom and a twin guest, also en suite. There is a further crew cabin aboard also, the only one below decks. It lies forward and has its own bathroom. Owner and guests also enjoy a spacious saloon with dining area and bar, and, on deck, two cockpits. The first is a classic aft version and provides welcome contact with the sea. Forward, a large al fresco lounge area adjacent to the saloon offers perfect privacy, particularly when the yacht is in moored in a marina, for instance. The galley and dining area are on the large openable upper deck with the steering position.
The signature leitmotif the Cetera 60 is the extensive use of glass which dominates its aesthetic and enhances the liveability of the interiors. It also underscores the elegance of the design and accentuates the interplay of volumes, shadows and light, matt and glazed surfaces, whilst simultaneously flooding all of the interiors with natural light and in the process, emphasising their spaciousness.
Powered by twin 600 HP 7.7-litre 6-cylinder in-line Volvo Penta D8 diesel engines using common-rail fuel injection, double overhead camshafts, a twin-entry turbo and a supercharger, coupled with IPS 800, the Cetera 60 unleashes a speed of 28 knots at full throttle.