EXTRA clean fresh water boat shipped down from Canada .....Just reduced ....
1050 Mans with 950 hours, Bow and stern thrusters Great 3 stateroom all with ensuite heads and a possible 4th stateroom in Full beam laundry and storage area... plus Capt/Crew quarters with ensuite head.
This is a Write up from Nautica.it THE PICTURES BELOW ARE OF THE TEST BOAT...PLEASE SEE PHOTO GALLERY FOR ACTUAL PICTURES....
Nuvolari & Lenard surprised us once more for the sophisticated taste and design, for the combination of colors and finishing touches, for the use of innovative materials as well as for a touch of tradition where necessary.
Moreover, Nuvari Yachts was capable not only of understanding and of materializing a refined design but, also of building a fully-fitted, functional, elegant motor yacht with ample and sophisticated inner habitability and ergonomic and innovative outside spaces by combining state-of-the- art building technologies with artisan tradition.
Nuvari Yachts main office is in Fano, a seaport which is quickly becoming one of the capitals of Italian yachting. The reader should refer to the photographs for the above-mentioned description and details. Below, I would rather report the sea trials that lasted quite a while for we sailed for a long time as we did not have a timetable to stick to. The stability and maneuverability of this motor yacht really surprised us: the boat entered into a plane with no difficulties and planed even at slow speed without vibrations, still perfectly maneuverable.
The impact with the wave was short, precise, with no trim or direction loss. As for hull maneuverability, we verified the crush stop time and as soon as the Nuvari 63 stopped moving forward we engaged the gear levers, one ahead and one astern, at minimum speed. The yacht turned on herself following a 180° turn, with such a precision and speed that her bow quickly stopped in the white foam of her wake.
There is not much more to be added! We ask the reader to refer to the technical data for specifications and we emphasize the elegance and refined interiors as well as the ample, easily accessible engine room. In conclusion, I would like to point out to the extremely interesting quality/price ratio, most especially if one thinks about the considerable list of quality equipment, accessories, electronic instruments and all else, which is strictly full optional for the Nuvari 63.
Designer: Nuvolari & Lenard
Yard: Nuvari Yachts
Importer: Gruppo Metauro Mare; via Garofalo 26; 20133 Milan; tel. +39 02 70608078; ; EC category type: A
LOA: 19.20 m
Beam: 5.18 m
Draft from lower tip of propellers: 1.60 m
Light displacement: 29,000 kg
Full boat displacement: 35,000 kg
Maximum passengers capacity: 12
Berths: 6+1 in 4 cabins
Boat power: 2x1.050 hp D 2840 LE 403-V10 Man
Total installed power: 2,100 hp
Total engines weight: 3,140 kg
Light displacement/installed power ratio: 13.81 kg/hp
Type of transmission: in-line shaft
Maximum declared speed: 31 knots
Cruising speed: 27 knots
Declared fuel consumption at cruising speed: 340 l/hr
Range at cruising speed: 380 miles
Fuel capacity: 4,800 liters
Freshwater capacity: 1,100 l
Price with standard equipment and test boat power: Euro 1,640,000.00 VAT excluded
Optional power: 2x800 hp D2848 Man or 2x914 hp 2.000 MTU. Note: Inner layout may be with galley and saloon on the same level or with galley on lower deck as in test boat.
| || ||Consumptions indicated in the graph were read by the MAN Control unit on board. Consumption data under sail may differ depending on the position and weight of load on board as well as on the characteristics of the propellers used. |
Hull: deep V, monohedric
Hull construction material: reinforced fiberglass
Deck materials and characteristics: reinforced fiberglass sandwich
Bow area: pulpit, mooring fittings, sunning cushioning, manhole, three operating station anchor windlass and mooring winch
Cockpit arrangements and fittings: teak deck, helm station, mooring fittings and winches concealed when not in use, sinks, aft settee, multifunctional hydroelectric gangway, double access to aft platform, shower with hot-cold water, dockside electric connection
Characteristics of the aft platform: teak deck, foldaway hydroelectric swimming ladder
Superstructures and windows materials: stainless steel and tempered glass
Flying bridge description and characteristics: helm station with three seats, two multifunctional cabinets with refrigerator, ice maker, sinks and barbecue; aft settee across with table, ample sunning area with cushioning, roll-bar, access ladder from cockpit and access ladder from saloon, Bimini top.
Layout and characteristics: sleeping area includes two double cabins (VIP cabin forward and master stateroom amidships) and a guest cabin with twin beds. All cabins have ensuite bathroom with shower stall. The saloon stretches on different levels with dinette and sofa to starboard and dining room forward opposite the helm station. The galley may be requested on the same level as the saloon to port, opposite the dinette or on the lower deck with access door to the storeroom.Inner helm station: hydraulic wheel and electronic engine and gearbox controls. Man engine data processing center with computer control of all functions, high speed compass, VHF, Raymarine GPS and plotter, 48-mile radar, depth sounder
Chart table: on dashboard with light and chart compartment
Galley: fully fitted with refrigerator, freezer, multifunctional oven, two sinks with mixed hot/cold water faucet, marble or granite worktop, four ceramic hobs, extractor, cabinets and furnishings in fine woods.
Standard fittings: in addition to the fittings listed in the technical data above, bow thruster and stern propeller, flaps, 14.5 KW generating set, intercom, Hi-Fi stereo, two color TV sets with DVD player, closed-circuit video camera, water heater,air conditioning system
Optional fittings: water maker.
WEATHER CONDITIONS DURING BOAT TESTING:
PERFORMANCE (with RC 6321 Raymarine GPS, 3 passengers, full water tanks and 4,000 liters of diesel)
Time needed to reach planing speed: 5 seconds
Minimum planing speed at 1,600 rpm's: 16.1 knots
Maximum speed at 2,330 rpm's with 2,000 hp: 31.4 knots.
EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE
Seakeeping ability, turning and behavior on waves: the Nuvari 63 demonstrated excellent maneuverability and stability, with smooth trim, no vibrations and excellent sound proofing
Wheel and flap response: steering is precise and efficient, under sail we used flaps for boat direction
Visibility in different weather conditions: very good from flying bridge as well as from saloon
Docking maneuverability: excellent, with bow thruster and stern propeller, mooring winches forward and aft, and three helm stations.
EVALUATION OF COMFORT AND FUNCTIONALITY
Deck: beautiful and elegant, easy and safe access
Flying bridge: very comfortable and fitted with many quality accessories; a remarkable feature is the double access from the saloon and from the cockpit
Interiors: ample and comfortable, bright and elegant, interiors layout is modern, original and functional
Passengers' comfort: very good
Helm station: comfortable and ideally positioned
Chart table: ample and functional
Galley: fully fitted and with quality household appliances; it may be requested on the same level as the saloon or on the lower deck
Bathrooms: ample and fully fitted
Engine room: described and exalted in the opening article
Electrical switchboard and plants: modern and reliable.