While all too many boat builders are content to crank out models that look just like every other vessel in the marina, Centouno Navi is committed to breaking from the pack, as evidenced by the all-new 39-meter Centouno Etera. The tri-deck design incorporates a low-slung superstructure painted to perfectly accent the elongated bow and open transom. From the open flybridge, the owners enjoy an unimpeded view of the surrounding waters as their guests relax in the adjacent sunning area. On the main level, a cosseting salon and dining area provide climate-controlled comfort while a well-equipped galley stands ready to create gastronomical delights. Overnight accommodations include an owner’s suite and guest staterooms to provide the comforts of home even on extended cruises. Powered by four (!) 2,600-hp MTU turbodiesel powerplants linked to waterjets, the Etera is capable of a top speed of 58 knots and an eminently impressive cruising speed of 50 knots. A 28-meter version, Centouno Forza, is also available; CentounoNavi.it.
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