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News: Superyacht Blink

October 13, 2009 by Superyacht Design
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The 41 meter superyacht BLINK was launched in January 2009 and is currently located in the South of France.

Built by Cantieri Di Pisa, Blink features one of the largest fly bridges found in the vessel of her size (14m). The yacht carries the flag of Cayman Islands and can accommodate up to 11 passengers.

Motor yacht BLINK has a beam of 7.7m, draft of 2.4m and a GRT of 310 tons. M/Y Blink has a composite hull and can reach a maximum speed of 27 knots with the propulsion as provided by two her MTU engines (3700 HP).

The exterior of the yacht was designed by Carlo Galeazzi and her interior was created by Cristiano Gatto. The yacht also features a 4.7 meter tender and many water toys.

Yacht Blink: http://yachtblink.com/

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