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A Swift Sail

Offering family adventure, Perini Navi’s new sailing yacht Dahlak ups the tempo

Christened in March, Perini Navi’s blue-hulled Dahlak – the 60th unit from the Italian yard – is set up as a family-sized thriller capable of giving chase.


The 38.15m sloop, named after the Red Sea archipelago, boasts dynamic hull lines penned by Frenchman Philippe Briand and an interior designed by Perini Navi. Dahlak accommodates up to eight guests in a full-beam owners suite, two en-suite cabins with Pullman beds and a single-bed on slide rails (creating a double).


Bleached teak veneers with high-gloss accents pair with brushed stainless steel detailing for the custom interior. Her lifting keel (up 3.5 metres, down 5.5m) gives flexibility and easy access to shallow waters and a battery bank gives up to 8 hours of silent autonomy, when not using the 1873sq m sail to propel her flightily.



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