Benetti has delivered the fourth unit in its Fast 125’ range, M/Y Lejos3, to its new owner. The 38m superyacht was launched at Benetti’s Viareggio shipyard in May and delivered to its owner this month, says the yard.
Three other Fast 125s – Iron Man, Constance Joy and Skyler – have been delivered since the range was launched. Like them, Lejos3 also features the Azipull Carbon 65 (AZP C65) – a high performance, lightweight, steerable thruster that uses carbon fibre throughout. The propulsion system was designed by Rolls Royce specifically for the Fast 125’ range.
Lejos3 is divided across four decks, featuring four VIP cabins, an owner’s suite, a saloon/dining area on the main deck and another smaller living area on the upper deck. There is also a sun deck, which is designed entirely for the entertainment of guests, who can enjoy the sun deck's swimming pool or the larger custom pool on the upper deck.
The sleek, sporty exteriors are by Stefano Righini, while the interiors are by Redman Whiteley Dixon. The interiors are based on Benetti's Air configuration, the most contemporary of the three interior decoration options (Air, Land and Sea) offered to Benetti Fast 125’ owners.
The yacht has a ‘D2P_Displacement to Planing’ hull form, designed by Pierluigi Ausonio in conjunction with Azimut-Benetti’s R&D centre, with wave piercer bow that allows the owner to use the yacht in displacement mode with low fuel consumption at low speeds and in planning mode at higher speeds.
Lejos3 will navigate the Mediterranean during the summer season.