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MCP Yachts and VRIPACK Unveil Newest Project

The shipyard's third collaboration with Vripack came to fruition with the MY 37.4 meters. It's an increase in size from the owners' previous 75-foot boat, but the central point was to preserve their love of anchoring in small bays. To alleviate this loss, the 123-footer strikes a careful balance with social areas that maintain convenience and flexibility.

Outdoor dining is offered on virtually every deck, designed for everyday use and to accommodate large groups. A super-casual atmosphere is emphasized by the warm, rich, wood-filled trends. Inside, oak slatted panels, staircases and gray finishes for a contemporary Scandinavian feel. Clear sightlines to the sea and a soft color palette allow everything to blend together.

In key areas where symmetry usually dominates, a proportional layout prioritizes function. In the owner's suite, a sitting area is positioned to starboard and a bed to port. In the main saloon, a TV sideboard and formal dining are on the starboard side, allowing for relaxing sofas and a large galley on the port side. Centralized staircases on the lower deck create a path to a beach club, fitness room and storage, while on the main deck, al fresco dining is to port and sunbeds to starboard.

A top speed of 21 knots provides fast-paced thrills. The ambient lighting, carefully thought out by Vripack, is made up of recessed lights and soft, glowing wall lights, and transitions perfectly from morning to night. One of the best places is reserved for the upper deck with a large reserved area - the tijupá is a modern space to accompany navigation in comfort and style.

Exterior



Outdoor dining is provided on practically every deck, planned for regular use and to accommodate large groups. A super cozy atmosphere is enhanced by the warm, rich wood trends of Latin America. The exterior with a pronounced grain teak deck and loose furniture in matt varnish. Inside, slatted oak wall panels, stairs and gray finishes for a contemporary Scandinavian touch. Clear lines of sight to the sea and a soft color palette allow the beauty of the environment to speak for itself.

A-SYMMETRICAL LAYOUT
In key areas where symmetry usually reigns supreme, an a-symmetrical layout gives priority to function. A sitting area is positioned to starboard and a bed to port in the owner's suite. In the main saloon, a TV sideboard and formal dining room are on the starboard side, allowing for relaxed sofas and a large galley on the port side. Stairs centered on the lower deck aft create spaces for a beach club, fitness room and storage, while on the main deck, al fresco dining is to port and sunbeds to starboard.

FAMILY CRUISES
The Queen Tati is a boat that has family cruises built into its bones. A 23-foot tender lives on the bow deck. The top speed of 21 knots provides fast thrills. Vripack's signature mood lighting, with recessed lighting and soft, glowing wall lights, makes for a seamless transition from morning to night. But the best seat in the house is reserved for the boutique-sized upper deck - a modern crow's nest of comfort and style.

Interior



The layout of the yacht maximizes storage and guest use. The interior reflects the rich and heavy trends of Latin America, while a gym, an open-air cinema and two two-seater jet skis - stowed on the side of the boat to keep the aft area free for swimming - ensure that the 38m platform is a playground for everyone.

The project is a long-range, high-volume yacht, technically equipped and self-sufficient. Since delivery, the family's dream of cruising the Caribbean in winter, cruising the Mediterranean in summer and returning to Brazil afterwards has come true.

General Arrangement

GENERAL SETTINGS:
Length Over All: 122' 9" (37.4 M)
Maximum Beam: 26' 8" (8.1 M)
Maximum Draft: 8' 2" (2.50 M)
Maximum Displacement: 196 MTON
Light Displacement: 141 MTON
Gross Tonnage: 316 GT
Hull Material: Marine Grade 5083 Aluminum
Superstructure Material: Marine Grade 5083 Aluminum
Hull Classification: Lloyd’s Register or Rina
Hull Type: Semi-Displacement
Naval Architecture: Vripack / MCP Yachts
Naval Engineering: MCP Yachts
Exterior Design: Vripack
Interior Design: Vripack
Bow/Stern Thrusters: Naiad
Stabilizers: Naiad (At Anchor)
Treatment System: Headhunter
CAPACITIES:
Diesel: 36,900 L / 9,747 gal
Fresh Water: 12,140 L / 3,206 gal
Grey Water: 1,350 L / 356 gal
Black Water: 1,350 L / 356 gal
Oceanic Range: 3,500 Nautical Miles
Engines:2 X Cat C32 Acerts 1,925 Mhp
Long Range Speed:10.8 Knots Consuming Total 88 L/H
Speed (Max/Cruise):19/16 Knots
ACCOMMODATIONS:
Cabins: 6
Owner & Guests: 14
Crew Cabins: 4
Crew: 8

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mcpyachts@mcpyachts.com

Rua Hermínio Tamiolo, 60

Guarujá, SP -11420-750


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