The powerful fascination of innovation
The Mia 63 is the yacht that marks the return to the design and construction of Cantiere Navale Franchini. In 2019, at the Cannes Yachting Festival, the design of this runabout-open-luxury cruiser, this 19.20 meter “platform” for a 5.24 beam with unique lines, was unveiled for the first time. A summary of Massimo Franchini’s experience, his design and his understanding of going to sea. Thus the lines of the Mia 63 are the expression of continuous research and study. The result is a hull, based on the hull developed by engineer Roberto Prever from Naos studio in Trieste, which, when she lies on the water, does not let you imagine the heights and volumes she encloses. Stretched out lines, sides marked by the crevices of the air intakes that emphasize the course of the transom, the windows that add momentum, the Mia 63 does not show its almost 20 meters in length. Important dimensions, but which cannot be seen in the profile marked by a very unusual bow. An element with a complex and refined design. But the peculiarities of the Mia 63’s bow do not end there. The bow area, with its seat and large sundeck, is another component of the space that marks the entire project.
Big spaces and outdoors
Starting from the stern platform, with access to the garage which can accommodate a 3.45 metre tender as well as numerous water toys. From there, with a few steps, you reach the cockpit with two sundecks and a C-shaped sofa with its table under the soft-top. And to which you arrive directly from the ground with the retractable walkway that leads between the sundecks. From the dinette in the cockpit the passageways then lead under the T-Top with starboard wheelhouse, guest sofa on the left and, aft and beam, the kitchen unit. A solution that, from the point of view of the “platform”, is already evolving. A solution that expands the proposals of the Mia 63 and adds to those of the interior design. And it is precisely in the interiors that a technical peculiarity can be found. Built using the infusion technique, the Mia 63 sees in its construction the presence of two Cecconi Group companies, led by Eros Cecconi, the reference partner of the Franchini Shipyard. These are Nano Tech and Nerd Marine, who have made available special resins with nanotechnologies and lightened panels which, in addition to mechanical qualities, add an absolutely modern design. And the layout designed by architect Marco Veglia and which, in order to optimise the distribution of air on board, was designed by Bcool Engineering of engineer Marco Brivio, is based on a large central, full-beam owner’s suite, a bow VIP and a double cabin. All of them, obviously with private bathroom. The owner’s suite, equipped with sitting room, separate walk-in wardrobe and with the head of the double bed which can be on the right or left side, together with the Vip are the fixed elements. The central area is absolutely customizable, and can be organized with living room or even with a fully equipped kitchen.