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Mia 6.3 Franchini

Mia 6.3 Franchini

Massimo Franchini is back. The historic shipyard that bears his name has launched the brand new MIA 6.3, a 19.20-metre motor yacht (5.24 m wide), pure open, large liveable runabout with wide open spaces for maximum liveability. And once again Franchini has created a boat “out of the chorus”, which breaks away from the known standards, to the point that it can become a new reference for the design and the solutions adopted. The first model of the MIA 6.3 has three double cabins with three bathrooms, for 55 square meters habitable and walkable below deck and, on deck, of 68 square meters. Unusual numbers on a boat of this size.

Massimo Franchini

The interiors, designed by Marco Veglia, are available in various versions with or without crew cabin and all highly customizable. The hull was developed by Roberto Prever of the Naos studio, who was able to make the most of the power of two Volvo Penta IPS 950 engines of 725 hp each. The MIA 6.3 can navigate at a top speed of 34 knots, with a consumption of only 140 liters per hour at 22 knots of cruise, for a range of more than 450 miles. Franchini is very satisfied with the first tests, especially for the smooth passage on the wave that makes navigation comfortable, even in rough seas.



Technical features of the boat: Franchini Mia 6.3

Length f.t (LOA)19.20 m
Buoyancy length (LWL)16.95 m
Maximum width (B Max) 5.24 m
Displacement (Displacement) 20,500 kg
Fuel (Fuel) 3,000 l
Water (Water) 900 l
Engines (Engine) 2 x Volvo IPS 950 (2 x 525 kW / 725 HP)
Max speed (Max speed) 34 Knots
Cruising speed (Cruising speed) 27 Knots
Consumption at 22 knots (Consumption 22 Kts) 140 l/h
22 Knot Autonomy (22 Kts Autonomy) 450 miles
Concept Massimo Franchini
Interiors Wake Break
Carena and engineering (hull and engineering) Roberto Prever – Naos

Building yard Franchini Shipyard –


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