Sedna Yachts Builds 100ft Superyacht

July 23, 2019

Yachting Journal

Image: Sedna Yachts

Brazilian shipyard Sedna Yachts has officially commenced production of its new ‘One Hundred Feet’, a project signed by Italy’s Marino Alfani Design.

"This is the first time that we build a yacht above the 30m threshold and so a new entry to the Brazilian superyacht order-book," said the Sao Paulo based shipyard.

The 100ft custom yacht with streamlined contours has been created with two different layouts, meeting the needs of both European and Brazilian owners alike.

“All my designs, despite their diversity, share a few standout features,” said the young Bergamo-based designer Marino Alfani, owner of the firm set up in 2007 that bears his name. And that’s certainly the case of the One Hundred Feet, which will be presented in summer 2020, the release added.

The first sketch for this project dates back to 2017. Created as a sporty boat, it underwent various changes over the months, inspired by a different concept of what it means to go to sea, and now the shipyard has announced the start of production, said the release.

The owner of the first unit, sold two years ago, wanted a more livable yacht on which recreation, pure and simple, is more important than sportiness. For this reason, the yacht has been partially redesigned, with the addition of a deck and the creation of big, welcoming outdoor spaces for socializing, it said.