The 36.58m (120ft) Technema 120 motor yacht RINI is the flagship of this range, based in Greece. A high speed superyacht, capable of a top speed of 27 knots, you’ll get quickly from island to island.
RINI was custom built in 2008 by Posillipo and underwent a thorough refit in 2015. The yacht's interior was designed by Cantieri Navali Rizzardi and her exterior styling is by Carlo Galeazzi.
Accommodation is for up to 12 charter guests in five luxurious cabins. The full-beam master stateroom has an adjacent his 'n hers ensuite, dressing room and desk, as well as exceptional views to the horizon from its wraparound windows.
Her interiors boast a soothing interplay of light timber walls, dark timber flooring, beige and cream furnishings and sea-themed artwork and sculptures. The saloon is sheer elegance – bright and airy, with huge lounge area for relaxing and entertaining, and a formal dining area, with large windows optimising the picturesque backdrop.
The flybridge area is where charter guests will spend most of their time, with sun loungers and ample space for cocktail parties or alfresco meals, plus an enclosed games nook/lounge.
For active charter guests RINI is well equipped with a jet tender for pulling skis and tubes, as well as a second tender for island hopping and day trips. There is a 3-seater See-Doo, stand up paddle boards, wakeboard, tubes and fishing gear.
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