Ranieri International has unveiled the final renderings of the new Cayman 45.0 Cruiser, the new Maxi-Rib with which the Soverato-based shipyard will continue in the wake of the success achieved by the previous Cayman 38.0 Executive, launched five years ago and leading the way in terms of sales both in Italy and abroad. The Cayman 45.0 Cruiser will be the largest yacht ever built by Ranieri International, thus positioning itself as an “extra-luxury” flagship, being a cruiser already very rich in standard equipment and further customizable in various aspects.
“The new Cayman 45.0 Cruiser retains the family engineering of its smaller predecessors, the Cayman 38.0 and Cayman 35.0, and represents the perfect synthesis of the yard’s ability to combine the study of the most innovative materials and the most advanced processing techniques with a very refined design and sophisticated, innovative styling,” explain Ranieri International. “With the Cayman 45.0 Cruiser, we aim to blend elegance, comfort and extraordinary performance in a balanced way, thus setting new market standards.”
Although the images reveal a certain impressiveness, Ranieri’s new Maxi-Rib will be just 14 metres long. As far as construction is concerned, like all the other Ribs from the Italian shipyard, the Cayman 45.0 Cruiser has been designed and built using the “fully-developed cockpit system” technology, an exclusive construction technique perfected by Ranieri International that aims to optimize production processes by creating a one-piece deck, i.e. combining the deck, cabin floor and the technical accommodation of the storage lockers and fuel and water tanks in a single mould.
The Cayman 45.0 Cruiser in detail
Equipped with a spacious and functional deck, the Cayman 45.0 Cruiser’s aft section features a large sundeck where two people can comfortably lie down, while below, with an electric opening system, there is plenty of room to stow a tender and water toys. Other outstanding features include a large dinette equipped with a double foldaway electric table, which allows the living area to be easily transformed according to different needs: a second comfortable stern sundeck, a large table able to seat eight people or, simply by swivelling the backrests, two comfortable and safe front seats.
The stand-up console accommodates in the rear the equipment serving the living area and in the front a large seat with four individual boolster systems where the pilot and his guests can comfortably sit, ensuring that they can sail safely or stand as comfortable lumbar supports. The console is very large and accommodates all the on-board instrumentation, which always remains well readable and protected.
The cabin is also very generously sized: four people can be comfortably accommodated for the night, with two separate rooms and a toilet compartment with shower. “Particular attention was paid in the design phase to the brightness and ventilation of the interior,” emphasizes Ranieri International.
The Cayman 45.0 Cruiser will have as standard equipment a brand-new, very wide and protective hard-top, which will allow the owner and his guests to take full advantage of the living area on deck, thanks also to the extension of the shaded area obtained with the awning fixed on carbon poles. As far as propulsion is concerned, for the first models the yard opted for three Mercury 450 HP engines.