The Italian boat brand expands its portfolio with a new 14m motorboat built in GPR or aluminium

Cantiere Navale Italia, the shipyard that controls the Kifaru brand since July 2015, expands its product line with Suite 47, a new 13.9m motorboat that can be built in GPR or completely in aluminium.

Designed by Luca Dini, the Kifaru Suite 47 continues the tradition of the Kifaru brand but sports lines of a true powerboat. The superstructure was refashioned with a notable “push forward” that clearly refers to the lines of a classic motoryacht.

Comenting on the new model, Kifary Yachts says: “The lines of the Suite 47 are quite modern but presented with retro styling and featuring a flush foredeck. The placement of the pilothouse windows and her special layout lend a clearly classic interpretation with a sporting feel to this 14-metre that fully represents Kifaru’s new production.”

The cockpit features a sunbathing area aft, due settees to starboard and a folding table to port. Forward of the table we have the galley with a sink and refrigerator, with the helmsmen’s station forward of the settees to starboard.

The first unit will feature two cabins to satisfy the needs of a family, but a single cabin with galley and bathrooms is also available. Both versions will have separate crew quarters.

“The Suite 47 is a powerboat full of character, with special colours for the hull, while the interiors will be completely customizable”, says Luca Dini.

Since July 2015, CNI controls the brand Kifaru. Cantiere Navale Italia has entered the European, North American and Far East markets with a gamma of aluminum yachts ranging from 13m to 24m, designed by Luca Dini; products rich in hi-tech and highly customizable.

Cantiere Navale Italia is headquartered in La Spezia, Italy. The company was created in January 2015 by Italian entrepreneurs. The shipyard has entered the European, North American and Far East markets with a range of aluminium yachts ranging from 13m to 24m.