Benetti Launches the First of Its New Tradition Supreme 108 Yachts

My Paradis, the first launch in the Benetti Tradition Supreme 108 yacht line, has hit the water and will make its official debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September. Powered by a hybrid propulsion system that combines two 986 hp diesel engines with twin 35 kW electric motors, My Paradis can cruise for up to 2,645 miles at 10 knots. The four-deck yacht is crowned by a sundeck equipped with a 10-person dining area and a midship hot tub, as well as a large rear sun pad. The upper deck features a sky lounge that affords sweeping views and a Turkish bath lit by an overhead skylight. Interior spaces, including the open-layout main-deck saloon, are clad in light oak panels of varying widths, creating a random pattern that gives the spaces a rustic feel. These panels are offset by dark wood accents and bright furnishings in blue and orange that further help define the yacht’s unique interior styling. In addition to the full-beam master suite on the main deck, My Paradis offers four VIP cabins on its lower deck, giving it enough room to accommodate as many as 12 guests. (www.benettiyachts.it)

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