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ARCADIA YACHTS, 12th UNIT OF A85 SOLD TO A BRITISH CLIENT

July 23, 2017 Leave a comment

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12th UNIT OF A85 SOLD TO A BRITISH CLIENT

ARCADIA YACHTS’ DEBUT MODEL STILL LEADING-EDGE

– ARCADIA YACHTS has sold the 12th example of its first model – two A85s have splashed each year since the model premiered
– The sale also confirms the Italian brand’s international appeal as the new owner is a British citizen  
– The A85 delivers approx. 100 m2 of communal space on its aft-deck
– 40 m2 of  this-generation photovoltaic cells guarantee an impressive 4.5 kW of zero-emissions power  

Some yachts remain at the cutting-edge for many years after they first appear on the market. The ARCADIA A85 is one such fortunate craft. The very first model from an Italian yard hailed a radical break with tradition on its launch seven years ago and very quickly set a new benchmark for the sector. The design remains so contemporary, in fact, that several new builds making an appearance on the market were clearly inspired by the ARCADIA YACHTS 26-metre.

ARCADIA is now delighted to announce the sale of A85 Hull no. 12 to a British owner. This is a particularly significant achievement as it means that, seven years on from its unveiling, the A85 continues to sell at a rate of two a year worldwide. The Arcadia Yachts brand’s international appeal is one of its greatest strengths: almost all of its models have sold to owners from outside of Italy, demonstrating that the unique features the craft offer are acknowledged across the globe.
The yard’s solidity also means that owners only have a short wait for delivery of their yachts. A85 Hull no. 12 is a perfect example, as, with negotiations underway, we quickly put a new unit into production, cutting delivery time to just over four months from the order date.
WHAT MAKES THE A85 UNIQUE
Man, his relationship with nature and his ability to live in harmony with his surroundings have always been at the very heart of ARCADIA’s design philosophy. Even the most cursory glance at the A85 is confirmation of that approach. Its styling is simple and sober with a harmonious mix of interior and exterior areas. Even the enclosed spaces seem to melt away and disappear into the surrounding natural setting.The linear design of the superstructure and the vertical line of the bow have allowed us to make optimal use of every single inch of available space both interior and exterior – a fact attested to by the generous 100 square metres or so of living area on the main deck which is significantly larger than other yachts of similar dimensions on the market.The A85S’s main saloon is cosy and inviting with a large eight-seater table in its bow area so that diners can be served directly from the galley via a sliding hatch.

The bright winter garden leads into the spacious aft-deck lounge, where the cockpit includes a second table ideal for al fresco lunches and suppers. There is also a large sunning area from where owner and guests can truly luxuriate in the marine environment.
There are four cabins on the lower deck, the most notable of which is, of course, the master amidships. This impressive 32 square metre space includes an unparalleled bathroom with its own large wellness area. The spacious VIP cabin, complete with double bed and walk-in closet, lies forward. Last but not least are the two twin guest cabins. The quarters for the 4 crew are in the bow section.

LEADING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY
One of the A85’s other great strengths is its extremely efficient fuel consumption which is 30-50% lower than semi-displacement yachts of comparable dimensions, resulting in similarly lower running costs. These results come thanks to the yacht’s NPL semi-planing hull which was developed by the National Physical Laboratory in England to deliver the most hydrodynamically efficient hull forms and length-beam ratio. The combination of this advanced hull and ARCADIA YACHTS’s exceptionally light superstructure has produced impressive performance figures even under limited engine power which in turn cuts costs.The A85 sports twin 730 hp MAN diesel engines, guaranteeing it a maximum speed of 18 knots and a cruising one of 16. Needless to say, absolute comfort is guaranteed. The engine room is insulated with multilayer sound-absorbent materials and also features silenced exhausts to reduce guest-perceived noise levels. Consequently, a level of just 70 dB was recorded on the aft-deck of the A85 at 12 knots which is just slightly above the murmur of a crowded saloon. Staying with the subject of acoustic comfort, the internal bulkheads were also made using specific sound-absorbent okoumé marine ply panels over an extruded polystyrene closed-cell foam core to guarantee absolute privacy and quiet to guests.The ARCADIA YACHTS’ philosophy focuses not just on fostering a closer relationship with the environment but also on actively safeguarding it. In fact, over 40 square metres of solar panels have been integrated into the A85’s superstructure, yielding around 4.5 kW of power. This is enough to run the main utilities aboard which, in turn, results in a considerable saving in diesel, reduced pollution levels and improved onboard comfort, thanks to a substantial reduction in noise and vibration levels as well as zero emissions.

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Otam Yachts M/Y OTAM GIPSY 35M, wins the World Superyacht Award 2017

May 30, 2017 Leave a comment

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OTAM CUSTOM RANGE SD 35m M/Y GIPSY WINS THE WORLD SUPERYACHT AWARDS 2017 IN THE CATEGORY 34M TO 39.9M PLANING MOTOR YACHTS

We are pleased to announce that the M/Y Gipsy – the first unit in the Ligurian shipyard’s aluminum Otam Custom Range – has won a World Superyacht Award in the “Semi-Displacement or Planing Motor Yachts 34m to 39.9m” category on Saturday May 13th during the ceremony held by Boat International Media in Florence, Italy.

This result follows last February’s win in the ShowBoats Design Awards 2017 in the category “Best naval architecture 2017”.

Gianfranco Zanoni – Otam Yachts CEO commented: “This is the second important award for the Otam shipyard after last February’s, when Gipsy won in the “Best Naval Architecture for Semi-Displacement Yachts” category at the ShowBoats Design Awards 2017. This new award demonstrates the value of the direction we took with the Otam Custom Range, a direction that allows us to follow new opportunities, exploring the development of different products alongside owners who are looking for a high degree of customization. So we would also like to thank the owner of Gypsy who has allowed us to create such a unique product. We are proud to share our satisfaction with the rest of the team, including Tommaso Spadolini and Umberto Tagliavini at Marine Design Studio, for the excellent collaboration.”

The judges at The World Superyacht Awards 2017 have awarded the SD 35m M/Y Gipsy in the Semi-Displacement or Planing Motor Yachts 34m to 39.9m category. Among their motivations the clean lines and the optimization of exterior space stand out. The judges also evidenced “the modern style of the interiors, perfectly integrated with her exterior lines”.

At the same time the yacht was also commended for her ability to reach a speed of 20 knots and cruise with a range of 2,000 miles at a cruising speed of 11 knots. The yard from Genoa has managed to unite efficient hydrodynamics with elegant lines, with special attention paid to performance, sea-kindliness, range and fuel efficiency.

This the mantra of Otam Yachts, with their 63 years of history and construction based on the creation of yachts with exceptional sea keeping qualities and efficient, sporty performance.

The yard is extremely proud to receive this award as recognition not only for the yacht itself, but for the incredible passion and effort exhibited by the yard since its beginning in 1954.

M/Y OTAM GIPSY 35M – AT A GLANCE

Please find full details at the enclosed press release and a short description here below.

– Aluminum for maximum customization flexibility
– Superior volumes for the less than 300GT(295GT) category
– Naval Architect Umberto Tagliavini
– Stunning and unique lay-out and interiors by Tommaso Spadolini translating Owner’s needs and personal style
– Over 2000 nm of range and a maximum speed of 20 knots

The first Otam Custom Range 35 unit – M/Y Gipsy – is a three deck 35 meter long, 7.8 meter beam yacht, ordered by an experienced Italian owner who was searching for a full custom aluminum yacht, tailor-made to fit his lifestyle.

The new Otam Custom Range 35 offers a unique amount of living space onboard. Her aluminum construction allows the yard, in close collaboration with the client, to create a unique version that reflects personal taste both in interior layouts and exterior lines, both of which have been assigned to Tommaso Spadolini, the famous international yacht design office.

The interiors, again unique and full-custom built like a bespoke suit, are another Otam strength since ever. And with her 295 GRT displacement, therefore under 300 GRT “limit”, the yacht offers remarkable larger volumes than any other competitor in her category.

In regards to performance, the new Otam Custom Range 35, exploiting the yard’s engineering capabilities enhanced by the successful experience designing and building the Millennium Line, together with their long standing partner Naval Architect Umberto Tagliavini, has designed a very efficient semi-displacement hull that will give the Otam Custom Range 35 a top speed of 20 knots and a considerable range of over 2,000 nautical miles at 11 knots.

TECHNOHULL SEA DNA 999, performance and high luxury at 90 knots

May 16, 2017 Leave a comment

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TECHNOHULL SEA DNA 999 FROM GREECE RACING PERFORMANCE, VERSATILITY AND HIGH LUXURY RUN AT 90 KNOTS!
– The 10.3 meter RIB is available with several different layouts
– With its eight propulsion options, the RIB can reach a top speed of 90 knots(*)
– Never so easy to extreme commuting from a superyacht or a private island 
– Only two hours to cross from Athens to Mykonos next summer!

Versatility, performance and an ever so close attention paid to detailing and materials. These are the concepts that are at the basis of all the RIBs produced by the Greek Technohull shipyard and are all perfectly integrated in their best  selling model, the seaDNS999G5 that can reach a top speed of 90 knots(*) with exceptional safety – another obsession guiding the entire Technohull team.

These concepts are part of the DNA of the Greek yard from Alimos, one of the most beautiful coastal areas in Athens. These concepts have permitted – since the birth of the yard in 2005 – to produce a series of models that are so versatile that they are ideal both as luxury tenders for large yachts or for elegant medium range cruising.

The infusion built hull, made of epoxy resins and multi-directional fibers, ensures an extremely solid platform for the standard ORCA Penel Flippo 1670 tubes.

All phases of construction take place in-house, within the yard’s premises and are performed by highly specialized technicians following rigid international standards.

ONE BOW, THREE VERSIONS

With a length of 10.3 meters and a beam of 2.8, the seaDNA999G5 can adapt to a wide range of owners. This is easily seen in the three versions of the bow area that the yard offers.

Open: Here we have a V-shaped settee that conceals a spacious storage area, while the raised step at the peak considerably facilitates embarking and disembarking, making this version ideal as a tender for large yachts.

Delta: Perfect for relaxing daily use and enjoyable anchorages immersed in nature thanks to the sun-bathing area that covers the entire bow area.

Cabin: Dedicated to those who want to enjoy short cruises, this layout is characterized by a cabin with a double bed and an enclosed bathroom. Light and air are assured by the large companionway.

A TRUE “TOY FOR BOYS”!
The ergonomic center console is equipped with two wrap-around shock-absorbing seats, perfect for safe and controlled steering even in rough seas. The instrument panel includes a “Smart Central Consol Touchscreen”. The optional mobile kitchen with sink and burner is located aft of the console seats. A real “toy for boys”!

MUCH TO CHOOSE FROM ASTERN
While the yard chooses to offer three versions of the bow area, astern they offer four!

Three of the four versions are for the outboard motor propulsion systems and let the owner chose between an elongated divan, a U-shaped settee, or a recessed sun-deck.

In all three versions the two bathing platforms with boarding ladders next to the motors are perfect for afternoons at anchor and refreshing showers.

The yard’s inboard propulsion option includes an elongated divan and an extra-large sun-bathing area above the engine room. A classic solution whose strength is its convenience.

EXTREME PERFORMANCE
As we stated above, performance and handling are among the fundamental strengths of the Alimos’ yard. Owners may choose from a wide range of propulsion systems for the seaDNA999G5 to take full advantage of the deep-V hull that guarantees an easy ride over the waves and perfect control even when making maneuvers at high speed.

The outboard version offers four horsepower options (2x250hp, 2x300hp, 2x350hp, 2x400hp) that ensure astounding performance, from a top speed of 68 knots for the base version (with a cruising speed of 50 knots) to a top speed of 90 knots (70 cruising) with the twin 400hp option.

The inboard version includes two options: a single engine with either 220 or 370hp or twin engines of 265hp each. The seaDNA99G5 has a top speed of 63 knots depending on the configuration chosen.

(*) Top speed indications are based on our factory testing program. Boat speed may vary depending on weight, fuel load, water conditions, wind, engine package, engine tuning, propellers, number of passengers and numerous other factors beyond our control.

RANGE ISN’T A PROBLEM, ANYMORE 
Performance and high efficiency make this the ideal RIB for those who want to take the weekend off and not worry about the distance to cover. Some examples? With the twin 400hp outboard option, it will only take two hours to cross from Athens to Mykonos Island, less than the time it often takes us just to get to the sea for a weekend. In the same two hours you can go from the Italian Argentario Peninsula to Porto Cervo in Sardinia, in the heart of the Costa Smeralda. And the mere twenty minutes from Naples to Capri to enjoy a glamorous evening on the splendid island?

 

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V46 IPS, first model of the new IPS line by Vicem Yachts

April 1, 2017 Leave a comment

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Vicem Yachts is proud to announce the successful world premier of the V46 IPS – the very first model of the new Vicem IPS line – at the Palm Beach International Boat Show (March 23 – 26, 2017). 

This model is the first Vicem built in fiberglass/epoxy, in this size. Light and sturdy, the Vicem 46 IPS, with a beam of 14′,9”, has sufficient interior volume to allow the owner to choose between spacious two and three cabin designs. The yacht’s dimensions boast a LOA of 14.02m (46′) and a draft of 0.70m (2’4′)’ with a displacement of 18,000kg (39,683lbs.) at full load.

This yacht – designed by Vicem’s in-house design team – has a handsome classic look and provides a quiet, smooth ride, thanks to Vicem’s renowned superior design and construction techniques. The Vicem 46 IPS combines elegant looks with sportive lines and technology. With excellent use of exterior and interior design, the Vicem 46’ stands out from other yachts of the same length.

The primary aim when designing the 46 IPS was to create comfortable and luminous spaces. When coming aboard, you enter first into the bar zone with, a comfortable L-shaped settee. The lounge and cockpit are separated by a sliding door: when open there is no longer any separation and a single large living space has been created.

The lounge area offers comfortable seating to fully enjoy the entertainment systems, while the large side windows and front windshield provide excellent visibility and lots of daylight. For maximum comfort when under way, the helmsman has an ergonomic chair and the station is complete with up-to-date electronic instruments.

The importance of a side door to the lounge shouldn’t be underestimated as it considerably eases movement around the vessel, especially when mooring.

The interiors, all air conditioned, are quite spacious – this is thanks to the Volvo Penta IPS engines that allow for a smaller engine room – with obvious advantages for livability.

The standard layout for the sleeping area foresees two spacious double berth cabins and a functional open space galley.
The owner’s cabin has a queen size bed, ample storage space, an entertainment system and a private bathroom complete with shower. Through-hull windows provide excellent natural lighting.
The guest cabin is equipped with two single berths that can be joined to make a single queen-size bed, while the guest bathroom can also be used as a day-head.
The galley (down) is fully equipped for long cruising and comes with two electric burners, a microwave oven and ample storage space.

The flybridge version hosts a bar area with electric BBQ and refrigerator, in addition to the lounge area and the captain’s seat.

Powered by two Volvo Penta IPS 600 engines (2 x 435 HP provide 320kW @ 3,500rpm), the Vicem 46 IPS is easy to drive thanks to the extremely reliable Volvo Penta control system and the V-Type hard chine hull. Top speed is close to 30 knots, with a cruising speed of 26 knots.

With the joystick and dynamic stability system, the owner will be able to easily maneuver the yacht in tight spaces, and also leave the helm while the yacht maintains her desired position.

During her first sea trails, what most impressed was the incredible silence on board: at 25 knots, only 62 decibels were recorded.

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Bruckmann Daysailer 42′, the art of day sailing by Zurn Yacht Design

February 7, 2017 Leave a comment

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BRUCKMANN DAYSAILER 42′ The art of day sailing
Design comments by Doug Zurn
-a true performer and head turner
E-glass and Core-Cell hull and deck built
clean deck layout, commodious cockpit, inviting interior

Photo credits: Onne Van der Wal

The Bruckmann Daysailer (Canada) enters the design race as a confident daysailer and capable performance yacht. A split personality, she may readily carry upwards of eight individuals for an excursion around the bay, and yet she is equally adept as an overnighter. In either instance she will be a true performer and head turner, as exhibited by her low profile, aggressive sail plan and performance-oriented shoal draft keel.

Characterized by a clean deck layout, commodious cockpit, inviting interior, and lightweight glass construction, the Bruckmann Daysailer presents her owner with an extremely versatile sailing yacht, capable of tackling whatever task the day whips up.
EXTERIOR
The weather deck offers a wide, uncluttered working environment for tending to all of the vessel’s needs, even in the most adverse conditions. Only a low profile raised cabin house interrupts the spacious deck forward to accommodate guests below. The aft cockpit offers a secure vantage point from which to observe and adjust all aspects of trim and course heading with all control lines leading to two perfectly located islands athwartship from one another.

The Bruckmann Daysailer features modern rigging and deck hardware components. Manufactures such as Lewmar@, Harken@ and Edson@ represent the best performance and quality available on the market today and are strategically specified throughout the deck plan. Spars are constructed of economical aluminum with carbon fiber available as an option to achieve the maximum in strength-to-weight performance. All control lines are lead to the aft cockpit where a single driver can control all aspects of fine-tuning the sails. The main halyard and reefing lines are located on top of the cabin house to port, and can be fitted with an electric winch if requested. A central hydraulic system located at the helm station controls the boom vang and backstay. A 100% roller-furling jib aids the guests in simplifying upwind sailing.

INTERIOR
The interior furthers the smart design features and quality components found on deck. Upon entering the cabin house, the light service galley on port provides guests with such amenities as 12VDC refrigeration, microwave, stainless steel sink and cabinetry for stowing all necessary supplies. To starboard is a commodious head with sink and storage. Five-inch thick cushions provide comfort for-sitting or sleeping while six opening ports and two opening deck hatches allow natural lighting and abundant ventilation. A centerline table is available for interior dining. Forward of the settees are end tables and hanging lockers and the forepeak may be fitted with a V-berth if so desired.

CONSTRUCTION
The E-glass and Core-Cell@ hull and deck are built using the highest quality stitched fabrics and vinyl-ester resins resulting in an extremely durable and light structure. The interior joiner work is comprised primarily of fine, hand-selected, gloss varnished mahogany trim over Formica@ laminated bulkheads and cabinetry, accented by Corian countertops and a traditional teak and holly sole. All hardware is stainless steel.

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Tomahawk 52 m, the new explorer concept by Columbus Yachts

January 7, 2017 Leave a comment

COLUMBUS TOMAHAWK 52 M – EXPLORER VESSEL
A revolutionary explorer concept 
-Conceived as a ship for its technical and seakeeping qualities; as a yacht for its comfort qualities
A full custom design
-The extra-large volumes host the largest beach area and toy storage on the market

Columbus Yachts, a Palumbo Group S.p.A. brand, is proud to unveil the Columbus Tomahawk 52 m, the new explorer concept in its 499GT version. The vessel has a very unique Italian design. Marco Casali has based the concept of the new explorer on Palumbo’s shipbuilding experience and heritage.

The Columbus Tomahawk is conceived as a ship for its technical and seakeeping qualities, not just as a yacht. The hull (by Insenaval) is the result of a research vessel experience, designed to offer the best sea keeping and stability qualities in any weather condition worldwide.

The name “Tomahawk” – which comes from a North American Indian battle axe – gives the bow its unique design: created for a perfect relationship with the sea, it recalls the power and the stylish design of the ancient and solid weapon.

The clean-cut design of this explorer vessel perfectly combines with the extraordinary spaces for guests, with high quality finishing and unique comfort, offered by the incredible size and ”smart” layout.

The Tomahawk is a concept that may be developed in lengths from 40 to 100 m: a full custom design which is able to satisfy the owner’s wishes on an unbeatable technical platform.

Marco Casali – designer: “Tomahawk is conceived as a yacht inside a ship, because of its comfort qualities. The owner’s cabin (75sqm) lies at the bow with its forward facing windows overlooking a 21 square meters private terrace with its sun bathing platform and Jacuzzi: a clear 180 degree view in total privacy. The guest area in the lower deck is connected to the gym-spa area with windows overlooking the beach club. The guests and the owner may reach the beach area, the pool and the water directly without passing through the saloons. A unique dining area is hosted in the bow with an American bar and a cinema/karaoke space. The crew area is also larger than usual and focuses on the quality of the space.”

The vessel’s extra-large volumes are clearly devoted to the largest beach area ever (200smq on 3 levels) and all kinds of sea-toy storage. The aft level opens directly over the sea with the possibility of hosting up to two 12m tenders. Four jet skis, a submarine or several motorcycles could be hosted in the lower garage together with inflatables or other toys. A bow garage guarantees space for an additional tenders and sea-toys.

When empty, the entire area reveals the full size swimming pool (6×2.5 m) in a space that could host three quarters of a basketball court (9x7m). This area may be equipped with free standing tables, sun bathing platforms or settees, or as a big playground.

The powerful crane for tenders and submarines can also be used as the lift for an ample canvas bimini to provide shade for the beach area.

Among the unique features of this vessel, is the opportunity of hosting an MCA compliant helipad on the top deck with direct access to the main stairwell, along with an enlarged bridge offering perfect visibility for mooring and cruising in any location.

BRIEF SPECS
L.O.A.                                                        51,3 m                          
Maximum beam                                        10,25 m                        
Draft at full load                                         2,70 m                          
Cruising Speed                                         14 knots                       
Top Speed                                                 15,5 knots 

Gross Tonnage                                           499 GT            

Displacement at full load                            540 tons          
Cruising Range at 12 knots                        4000 nautical miles
Engine options                                            2 x MTU 12V4000 M53R 1140KW@1600 RPM

Fuel oil                                                        100.000 lt
Fresh water                                                 20.000 lt
Black and gray water                                  20.000 lt

Staterooms                              5/10
Construction material              Steel and Aluminum Alloy
Naval architect                        Insenaval/ Palumbo Group
Exterior design                        Marco Casali/ Palumbo Group
Interior design                         Marco Casali/ Palumbo Group
Classification                           American Bureau of Shipping Maltese Cross A1,
Yachting Service, AMS, ACCU Compliance LY3

60 FLYBRIDGE, debutto europeo al Cannes Yachting Festival 2016 da Numarine Shipyard

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60 FLYBRIDGE – DEBUTTO EUROPEO

Con 18,40 metri di lunghezza per 5,15 metri di larghezza, il Numarine 60 Flybridge si caratterizza come tutte le altre imbarcazioni del cantiere Turco per linee “aggressive” e per un design sportivo che non trascura però gli eccezionali spazi a bordo a disposizione dell’armatore: grandi aree aperte e tantissima luce interna grazie alle ampie finestrature che allo stesso tempo definiscono il tradizionale e caratteristico layout del marchio.

Il progetto del 60 Flybridge – concepita per avere il più grande volume della categoria dei 60 piedi – è stato ancora una volta affidato al designer Can Yalman che ha creato il concept, le linee esterne e gli interni. Umberto Tagliavini è l’architetto navale, mentre la società Gurit è responsabile dell’ingegneria strutturale.

L’imbarcazione è sicuramente molto competitiva, grazie anche all’apporto del metodo costruttivo Numarine. Leggerezza e robustezza sono garantite dall’applicazione del materiale composito attraverso il sistema di infusione sottovuoto.

Il Numarine 60 Flybridge è un’imbarcazione molto concorrenziale anche per il prezzo.

Mantenendo le stesse ottime perfomance con una velocità massima di oltre 35 nodi e una velocità di crociera di oltre 28 nodi, l’uso di motori meno potenti e l’efficiente sistema di trasmissione IPS manterrà bassi i consumi di carburante ed i costi di mantenimento.

Il layout interno del Numarine 60 Flybridge è stato pensato per offrire comfort e facilitare la convivialità. Sottocoperta gli alloggi per gli ospiti sono composti da tre cabine dotate ognuna di bagno privato. Grande cura e spazio sono dedicati alla suite dell’armatore – a centro barca e a tutto baglio – che gode di una grande finestratura ad altezza dell’acqua per offrire una vista mozzafiato.

NUMARINE 60 FLYBRIDGE DESCRIZIONE TECNICA

Lunghezza fuori tutto incl. piattaforma m 18,40

Larghezza m 5,15

Immersione sotto le eliche m 1,6

Dislocamento leggero tons 27

Riserva carburante 3200 lt

Riserva acqua dolce 900 lt

Riserva acque nere 400 lt

Motori due Volvo IPS 950

Velocità massima oltre 35 nodi

Velocità di crociera oltre 28 nodi

Autonomia alla velocità di crociera oltre 375 miglia nautiche

Generatore 17,5 kW 230 Volt 50 Hz

Motore in opzione Due Volvo Ips 1200