MY45 Navetta

The Vismara MY45 Navetta is characterised by a precise design effort made towards a total onboard systems integration for the most user friendly approach to sailing, while navigating and or manoeuvring in the port.

After the bigger sister ship Vismara Navetta 68 and Vismara Navetta 56, this smallest Vismara Navetta 45 motor yacht shares with them the construction technology and the hull design. A clear example of the Vismara construction technology is the use of the advanced composites and the clever integration between furniture and styling elements together with the structure of the hull and deck that reduce in a very significant way the displacement.

Vismara MY45 Navetta (1)

Vismara MY45 Navetta (1)

The exterior spaces of the Navetta MY45 is characterised by a very wide dinette astern with comfortable seats and a big table. A wide sliding door gives access to the internal saloon. Access can also be made to the flybridge via steps to the port side of the aft cockpit. The design also benefits from a larger tender garage at the stern beneath the cockpit.

Vismara MY45 Navetta (5)
Vismara MY45 Navetta (6)

Vismara MY45 Navetta (4)
Vismara MY45 Navetta (3)
Vismara MY45 Navetta (2)

The wide and roomy saloon can be considered the strong point of the interiors of the MY45. The wide windows all around give maximum view during navigation and create a saloon-on-the-sea effect.

The sleeping quarters are located below deck and are divided into two large cabins, each with an ensuite heads and shower. The master cabin is amidships, extending across the full beam of the boat and has a dedicated flight of steps from the saloon. The guest cabin forward can be configured as a large double berth, or as two berths. A sophisticated air conditioning and a modern entertainment and video installation satisfies even the most demanding clients.

Model MY45 Navetta
Designer Alessandro Vismara
Builder Vismara Marine
Construction Carbon Fibre & Epoxy Sandwich
LOA 44’7″ (13.60m)
Beam 14’1″ (4.30m)
Draft 3’3″ (1.00m)
Displacement 26,455lbs (12,000kgs)
Engines 2x 260hp