Bellagio Motor Yacht: An Ideal 16m Day Cruiser

By on March 15, 2010

Bellagio Yachts has developed a new semi-custom motoryacht, named “Bellagio” – an ideal day cruiser or tender for a superyacht.

The new 16-metre yacht was designed in cooperation with famous Dutch naval architect Vripack and will be constructed by Mulder Shipyard.

This lightweight yacht, built entirely in aluminium, will be powered by two IPS 600 Volvo engines, giving a top speed of around 30 knots. The maximum speed can be increased to 40 knots by installing three IPS600 engines.


The interior layout consists of three cabins: one spacious owner’s cabin, a comfortable double guest cabin and a crew cabin. The galley is located in the spacious wheelhouse, the side windows of which can be lowered for a more open feeling and the rooftop can be tilted a few inches to feel a natural breeze over the front windows. The wheelhouse has four pilot seats.


The exterior layout of Bellagio features two large sun pads and a comfortable seating which guarantees a pleasant day. As a semi-custom build, Bellagio’s finish can be largely decided by her owners.

The first Bellagio is expected to be launched in April 2011.

Specification of the Bellagio:

L.O.A.: 16.10 meter
Beam: 4.80 meter
Draft: 1.10 meter
Air draft: 3.20 meter
Material: Full aluminium
Engines: Volvo IPS600 (435HP)
Displacement: 18 tons
Classification: CE-A, ocean
Speed: 30 knots (2xIPS600), 40 knots (3xIPS600)
Fuel tank: 2.500 liter
Drinkwater tank: 600 liter
Cabins: 3 or 2 + crew
Deck: Teak or Estec

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Related links:
Bellagio Yachts
Mulder Shipyard