625 Sail, Italian pride among French cat in Cannes

imageAsper tradition, the catamaran section at the Cannes Boat Show speaks mostly French, but this year the pleasant exception is the new 625 Sail, built by Syracuse-based shipyard Set marine and designed by designers Toni Punzio and Ilenia Indaco. Here are photos of the “wrap-up” for the Festival de la Plaisance transport.


Sharp lines, broken course bows. Very high build quality for a safe fast cruising catamaran with remarkable performance. Spaces that multiply and disappear. LED lighting, which runs along the geometries of the interior, to light up without deadening the light, or natural darkness. The soft, tone-on-tone colors of white, sand, taupe, and the playful patchwork of fabrics on the sofas in the living area.

The large and bright central cabin houses a comfortable galley, an L-shaped sofa with table, a freestanding sofa and a second table that, thanks to the same height between dinette and cockpit, with its 270 cm length becomes, when the large sliding French window is open, a joining element between the interior of the living area and the open space of the cockpit, where the classic L-shaped sofa layout makes way for two seats designed as “islands”.

imageAnd facing aft is the unprecedented “sea view” sofa. When the tender lift is at altitude, another relaxation area takes shape, allowing additional outdoor space to be utilized. Details wink at Sicilian tradition: for example, the decorated majolica lava stone that bears the signature of the Caltagirone-based company Made a Mano. The layout of this version, thanks to a careful study of space, consists of 5 spacious double cabins, each with a private bathroom with shower stall. Particularly spacious is the owner’s suite with its 23sqm equipped with a tempered glass shower stall that filters the bathroom area from the sleeping area.



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