In a mix of announcements at the Monaco Yacht Show, Italian superyacht-builder Perini Navi gave details of new orders, a rebranding and new co-operations with leading designers.

The company highlighted the new 60m (197ft) sailing superyacht Seven, which is the third example of the range of 60m superyachts after Seahawk and Perseus.

Perini Navi also announced the sale of an additional sailing yacht of 60m, which will become the fourth vessel of the series, and the signing of a letter of intent for a 42m (138ft) sailing yacht.

As for rebranding, the Picchotti brand will be put aside for future development and all motor and sailing yachts constructed by the company will now carry a common Perini Navi branding. This will give one brand and one company in unison.

The Perini Navi logo has also been redesigned in keeping with the image and the brand's tradition.

"S/Y Seven is an important project: a challenge met successfully that sealed the start of the new campaign aimed at by agreement between Fabio Perini and the Tabacchi family," said Lamberto Taccoli, president and CEO of PeriniNavi. "I am especially happy we chose to unite under the brand Perini Navi sailing is that the engine and launch innovative product lines."

He added: "We really believe in the projects on which we are working. Today we announce the sale of a further S/Y of 60m and the signing of the letter of intent for a S/Y of 42 meters. The goal is to further strengthen our offering while keeping intact the tradition, quality and innovation, essential values for Perini Navi."

Seven is on display in the Monaco show. She is designed for easy and quick navigation. Seven is characterized by numerous technical innovations as evidence of the commitment of Perini Navi in providing its owners the most innovative technological solutions to the benefit of performance, ease of navigation, and space comfort on board. The interiors of the 60m ketch Seven were designed by Dante O Benini & Partners, Italian architects known to international audiences for their cutting-edge projects.

A wide range of possible new series have been developed in conjunction with a number of leading designers. These include Zuccon International, Philippe Briand and Nauta Design.