Perini Navi Sells Fourth 45-Meter Sloop

Late summer 2011 should see the delivery of C. 2114, the fourth in Perini Navi’s 45-meter (148-foot) series. The steel-hulled sloop will look similar to the photo here, as well as the three previous 45-meter deliveries: Heritage, Helios, and Fivea,...

9th August 2010.
By Diane Byrne

Perini Navi C. 2114

Late summer 2011 should see the delivery of C. 2114, the fourth in Perini Navi’s 45-meter (148-foot) series. The steel-hulled sloop will look similar to the photo here, as well as the three previous 45-meter deliveries: Heritage, Helios, and Fivea, the latter of which was delivered in April.

Like her sisters, C. 2114 bears naval architecture from Perini Navi’s in-house team and Ron Holland Design. Her aluminum mast rises more than 51 meters (167 feet) high, bearing a nearly 1,200-square-meter (12,917-square-foot) sail plan. (Incidentally, Perini Navi is building the mast itself, rather than subcontracting it the way some yards do.) In a nod to the convenience of modern technology, there are electric furlers for the mainsail.

Inside, C. 2114 will feature the owner’s imprint as interpreted by the Perini Navi Design Department. No details have been released about the decor, but the yard has revealed there will be four staterooms on the lower deck, including the owner’s suite. The main deck will feature the traditional saloon and dining areas, for up to eight people.


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