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A Brand-New 134-Foot Benetti Superyacht Just Listed for $26.5 Million

A Brand-New 134-Foot Benetti Superyacht Just Listed for $26.5 Million

A Brand-New 134-Foot Benetti Superyacht Just Listed for .5 Million

A Benetti superyacht that only just hit the seas is ready to join your fleet.

The 134-foot Orenda, which the Italian yard delivered this past June, has just been listed for sale with IYC with an asking price of €24.5 million (roughly $26.5 million). The pristine vessel can be used for private cruising or charter, with a full shipyard warranty providing the new owner with peace of mind on any endeavor.

Orenda is the 16th hull in Benetti’s popular Oasis 40m series, which began with the launch of Rebecca in 2020. Designed by U.K. studio Redman Whiteley Dixon (RWD), the sleek exterior is distinguished by an “Oasis Deck,” which explains the model’s name. The vast aft area, which measures more than 800 square feet, features a beach club, fold-out bulwarks, a glass-edged infinity pool, and a hydraulic swim platform with 270-degree views. Other exterior highlights include a sprawling foredeck with a sun pad and a sun deck with a custom Jacuzzi.

The aft decks.

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The stylish interior was penned by the team at Bonetti/Kozerski. Headed up by Enrico Bonetti and Dominic Kozerski, the New York-based architecture firm is best known for designing high-end residences, fashion stores, and hotels but forayed into yacht interiors with Benetti in 2020. Orenda’s sophisticated living quarters showcase large windows that ensure natural light and uninterrupted views.

As for accommodation, Orenda can sleep up to 14 guests in six light and airy cabins. The layout includes one full-beam owner’s suite, two VIPs, two convertible twin cabins with additional Pullmans, and one multipurpose cabin that can also be used as a wellness area. There are also cabins for up to nine crew.

Benetti Oasis 40m

The main salon.

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Powered by twin MAN diesel engines capable of churning out 1,400 horses each, Orenda has a top speed of 17 knots, a cruising speed of 14.5 knots, and a range of 4,000 nautical miles. Crafted from GRP, the vessel is equipped with CMC zero-speed stabilizers to ensure maximum comfort and stability. It was also built to REG, EPA TIER II, and IMO TIER III regulations.

If Orenda has won you over, contact Richard Gray of IYC for more information.

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