Galati Yacht Sales, together with Hargrave Custom Yachts, has presented the first hull in the new G120 Galati Signature series at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
The 36.5 metre yacht Catera has been built from a completely new semi-displacement fibreglass hull design and was designed by naval architect Jack Sarin.
Ordered by a repeat Hargrave client; Catera emabarked upon a three month cruise of the Bahamas shortly after delivery earlier this year.
The yacht, which marries long-range efficiency with spacious interior areas, features accommodation for 10 guests in a five-stateroom layout.
The crew quarters meanwhile allow for a total staff of six. Meanwhile, there are a total of seven heads on board; including a day head next to the al fresco spa pool on the flybridge deck.
Elsewhere, the yacht’s spacious interiors include a country kitchen-style galley. The 7.6 metre beam enables the inclusion of walk-around decks, allowing the crew to carry out work on board without infringing on guest privacy.
Equipped with two MTU 16V2000 2,185hp engines; the G120 has a top speed of 25 knots and also a cruising speed of 20 knots.