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The Xnoi Superyacht

By Brian Pho


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The staggering superyacht Xnoi was unveiled by the acclaimed Italian shipyard Perini Navi during the last month of May, at the Picchiotti shipyard in Italy’s La Spezia. If you’re struggling to pronounce its name, take note – it is in fact pronounced “per noi”, which is the Italian for “for us”.

This stunningly contemporary vessel boasts with a respectable LOA of 30.65 meters and gorgeously elegant carbon fiber mast, boom, hull and superstructure. The construction of the Xnoi was in fact a premiere for the Italian shipyard, as this was the first time they’ve made use of the exquisitely light material. Apart from that, this is here to show their affiliation to innovation, new procedures and technology.

This gorgeous vessel in particular was penned down by Mario Pedol and Massimo Gino of Nauta Yacht, as an extension to Perini Navi Group’s family of superyachts. The couple have taken care of the entire naval architecture, layouts and interiors of the Xnoi, providing it with both modernly appealing characteristics and charming classiness. Let’s also not forget the sporty character, which plays quite an important role for the Xnoi. Above all, functionality prevails aboard this yacht, putting minimalism in front of congestion.

The one feature that catches the eye upon boarding is the double helm station. Boasting with exquisite craftsmanship and refined elegance, it is cozy, elegant and provides the idea of freedom. Fore of the helm, the Xnoi provides guests with a stunning lounging area – a wide set sunbathing spot. This superbly appointed open space features a lavish cockpit which doubles as an al fresco dining area and big sun pads. And even more important, this area provides guests with breathtaking panoramas.

Heading deeper into the yacht, through the deckhouse and a stainless steel sliding door, we come across the main guest area. It’s a gorgeous place, beautifully allowing ample amounts of natural light to bathe it. Lit this way, the superbly clean palettes get highlighted, unveiling a fresh, clean, pure area, with many surprises in store.

The guest area is further divided into two different areas, on two different levels. Aft, we stumble upon a stylish raised saloon, with starboard chatting and lounge areas, alongside port side dining. Wrapped by windows 360 degrees all around, the saloon is naturally lit and at the same time provides gorgeous vistas for everyone to enjoy.

The main living area is four steps lower, boasting a stunning U-shaped conversation area port side with large TV and an additional office area, aft, with small sofa and large desk. All in all, the Xnoi is able to accommodate up to 10 people in 4 staterooms, in a master suite and three twin suites.

Two of the twins are found aft of the main saloon, including an extra Pullman berth. As for the owner’s quarters, they are situated fore, adjacently to the main saloon, and boast a large port side stateroom with king size bed and an extra twin suite fore. Both these are fitted with en-suite bathrooms and large storage space. The overall theme noticeable throughout the interiors consists of light wood finish, light grey upholstery and natural tones of beige, light brown and off whites.


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About Brian Pho

Brian is a freelance writer and journalist with a passion for technology, gadgets and home innovations, a love for travel and a keen interest in anything that moves, whether it's cars, planes or yachts. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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