In pictures: On board Benetti’s 50m B.Now superyacht Iryna

Benetti B Now 50 Iryna

Italian luxury boatbuilder Benetti has released the first photos of its new 50-metre B.Now superyacht Iryna, which debuted at the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show in September.

The 50-metre Iryna is the first superyacht from the B.Now series to launch, and was designed in collaboration with British studio RWD. The B.Now series comprises 50, 60, 67 and 72-metre models and is already a Benetti bestseller, with 20 units sold.

Upper Deck External
Upper deck

Benetti says its construction technology and hull engineering solutions have slashed delivery
times by 30 per cent compared with market standards. Earlier this year, Azimut Benetti Group reported a backlog of over €2 billion for the first time in its history, driven by the success of its diversified product portfolio and the introduction of the B.Now 50M.

Upper deck salon
Upper deck salon

RWD has created a continuity along the decks, which offer unbroken visual contact with the water from bow to stern. The lines of the steel and aluminium hull are designed to follow the contours of the windows and bring the four decks together into one.

Benetti B Now 50 Iryna

The lower deck features a 30-square-metre beach club, accessed both through a gullwing
hatch on the starboard side and from the main deck stairway. This terrace at the water’s edge has a pool with clear glazing, a sauna, a service area complete with shower, and a space for relaxing in the open air.

Beach club
Beach club

The space can be extended still further by opening a side platform to create another open-air area for socialising.

Sun deck
Sun deck

The four guest cabins are amidships and separated from the crew quarters in the bow area, which provide twin cabins for crew members, a single for the captain, a laundry space and the crew mess.

Main salon
Main salon

The main deck has a spacious living area aft and a full lounge inside. The owner’s suite is forward, with a private balcony, a large dressing room and a luggage area.

Main Salon
Main deck salon

The upper deck contains relaxation areas, sunbeds aft and an outdoor dining area that can be
converted into a media room. A sliding door gives access to the interior lounge and from there to the gym room. The ship office and wheelhouse in the bow have a separate entrance and are reserved for the captain.

Owner suite
Owner’s suite

The sun deck has a dining area with a media space, a relaxation zone and a bar counter on the foredeck from which to enjoy a view of the sea in privacy.

Sun deck
Sun deck

The garage is located forward on the main deck and can house a 6.25-metre tender, a jet ski, a rescue boat and four seabobs.


Indoors, the claddings and ceiling panels are made with exclusive woods, such as silk-coloured
frisé maple and smoked oak with its contrasting dark shades.

There are two interior stairways, one reserved for the owner and guests and the other for the crew. Guests can also use a lift serving the lower, main and upper decks.

Engine room
Engine Room

The boat has a top speed of 15 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles, at a speed of 12 knots, without stopping to refuel.

Spotlight Job

OEM business development manager UK

Southampton (hybrid)

Vetus is seeking a dynamic and highly motivated OEM business development manager to join its team in the UK. In this pivotal role, you will be responsible for preparing and implementing a comprehensive account plan, aimed at achieving ambitious sales and marketing objectives.

Full job description »

Comments are closed.

This article was written and/or edited by the UK-based MIN team.

Skip to content