A few days ago the Cantiere Permare, during the Monaco Yacht Show, in the presence of numerous journalists, presented the Amer 41 Explorer Yacht, in the presence of the designer Luiz De Basto who took care of the exterior and interior design, Andrea Piccione, Volvo Penta commercial director, and shipping broker Juan Morillo, Amer representative in the United States.

The yacht was commissioned at the beginning of the year with delivery scheduled for the beginning of 2025, and is destined to establish itself on the international market.

The Amer 41 will feature an innovative hull in shape and technology with a new advanced propulsion system capable of significantly reducing fuel consumption and emissions, while ensuring quietness and comfort on board.

It is also equipped with a new evolutionary system for launching and retrieving tenders quickly and safely. Broker Morillo commented positively on the performance and the low draft.

The design, from naval architecture to executive engineering, was commissioned to the Italian company Optima Design.

The Amer Yachts brand was born from the Amerio family’s passion for the sea and the desire to do business while respecting the environment and people. Amer Yachts yachts present themselves as innovative, elegant, efficient and sustainable. The boats are treated in detail from the choice of materials to the design to offer high-tech products that respect the environment and people.

Andrea Piccione, Barbara Amerio, Luiz De Basto, Juan Morillo


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