PHOTO This long? You can’t frame it all! Tronchetti Provera’s 44 meters.

“Too long.” This is the comment of our contact, who sent us the first sailing photo of the new Kauris IV, the 145-footer (44 meters) that, designed by German Frers, the Persico Marine shipyard-a pillar of the Italian and international hi-tech avant-garde-has built in its Marina di Carrara plant for Pirelli Ceo Marco Tronchetti Provera.

How can you blame him: so long it doesn’t fit in the lens of a smartphone! But beautiful!

Below we had “paparazzied” the boat in the dockyard at Marina di Carrara’s east pier:

The 44-footer flies the Italian flag and the pennant of the Yacht Club Italiano, of which Tronchetti Provera is a historic member. On deck, the layout features a deck saloon and cockpit on the same level. The absolute novelty is the lowered aft cockpit reserved for owners (to enjoy contact with the sea in total privacy), a true megayacht feature.

The lines betray Frers’ hand, all in all classic (and elegant) and with forehand and transom not overly “vertical.” The Southern Spars mast, as we have already told you, is as long as three tennis courts, and the boom, judging from the photo, is no joke either!

OTHER PHOTOS.

145′ NUMBERS
Length f.t. 44.20 m
Beam max. 9,50 m
Draft 4.5 m keel up – 7.2 m keel down
Displacement 171 t
Sup. sail area with white sails 1,038 m2
Sup. sail area at the carriers 1,968 m2
Sleeps 8 guests + 8 crew
Exterior design German Frers/ Wally
Interior design Wally/Droulers Architecture/Studio Sculli
Interior styling Droulers Architecture
German Frers Naval Architecture
Structural Engineering Pure Design & Engineering
Manufacturer Persico Marine
RINA Malta Cross Classification
Construction Vacuum consolidated/autoclaved Pre-preg composite
Teak deck finishes
Southern Spars mast and boom
Rigging EC6 / Carbo-Link
Winch Harken
Deck Equipment
Harken and WinMar
North Sails
Cariboni Hydraulic Systems
Propulsion 2 x MAN D2676LE425 478 kW @ 2,100 rpm, 2 x 60 kW electric motors, 2x Shipmotion RPS 60C retractable pods
Motor cruising speed 15 knots
Air conditioning 248,000 BTU/h
Desalinators 1,200 l/h
Fresh water tanks 3,000 liters
Fuel tanks 15,000 liters
Furuno & B&G Navigation System


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