Perini Navi Launched The 45m Sailing Yacht Fivea

By on April 29, 2010

The Perini Navi Group launched the 45 metre sailing yacht Fivea, the 48th unit in the fleet and number three of the series. The superyacht is the result of collaboration between Perini Navi’s naval architects and Ron Holland.


Fivea has two main features which distinguish her from her sister-ships, sailing yacht Heritage (launched in May 2006) and Helios (launched in August 2007). She has twin CAT C18 ACERT engines, with central engine room and an updated aluminium superstructure design with improved aerodynamics.


The 51 metres aluminium mast carries a sail area of almost 1,200 square metres which is handled by seven of Perini Navi’s captive reel winches.


The classic interiors of the Fivea were designed by in-house Perini Navi Design Department. The indoor area is spacious and light. Each stateroom can be transformed into a variety of configurations.


Specification of the Fivea:

Overall length: 45.00 m
Length at waterline: 37.25 m
Width: 9.73 m
Draught (keel up): 3.94 m
Draught (keel down): 8.79 m
Hull: Steel
Superstructure: Aluminum
Maximum displacement: 370 T
Engine: 2xCAT C18
Maximum power: 2×500 kW
Cruising speed: 13 kt
Range: 4000 nm at 10.5 knots
Fuel capacity: 28,000 liters
Water capacity: 7,000 liters
Tree Height: 52 m
Total sail area (upwind): 900 m2
Naval Architecture: Perini Navi / Ron Holland
Interior Design: Perini Navi
Classification: ABS Maltese Cross A1 AMS Yachting Service + MCA

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Related links:
Perini Navi

Ron Holland