The levels of performance described apply to a standard craft (with standard equipment installed) with clean hull, propeller and rudders.
Moreover it is specified that such levels of performance were achieved under favourable sea and wind conditions (1 on the Beaufort scale and 1 on the Douglas scale); in the case of diverse or less favourable sea conditions performance levels may vary considerably.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Stefano Righini
LOA: 55 ft 0 in
Beam: 16 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 2 ft 10 in
The levels of performance described apply to a standard craft (with standard equipment installed) with clean hull, propeller and rudders. Moreover it is specified that such levels of performance were achieved under favourable sea and wind conditions (1 on the Beaufort scale and 1 on the Douglas scale); in the case of diverse or less favourable sea conditions performance levels may vary considerably.
• Sun shade on fly bridge
• Bimini top
• Sun pillows on stem
• Exclusive decoration
• Simrad CX 44 10" with
• Navionics GPS 11' on
• Simrad radar antenna
48 NM open array
• Meter counter for
anchor chain on fly
• Remote control for
engineand thrusters u
cockpict‐Simrad WR 20
• Generator 20 KVA
• Clima cooling/heating
• Stem engine (bow
thruster) 6,5 KW
• Stern thruster 6,5 KW
• Double Racor filters
• Racor filter for
• CD changer
• DVD player u saloon
• Flange inox box flange (
• Second boat carrier
• Gril on fly bridge
• Icemaker in saloonu
• Washing machine with
• Dimmer light switch in
• DVD player in third cabin
• Safe in master bedroom
• Sciper bedroom with
• Extra amplifier + 2
speakers + subwoofer
on fly bridge
• LCD TV 30“ in saloon
• Xenon halogen lamps
• 20m longer anchor
• LCD TV 15“ in third
Hull / Galley / Salon
Design and construction
Hull with deadrise of 16,6° aft and 23° at midship. Longitudinal support structures • 2 spray rails extending over 2/3 the length of the hull, running along hull contours • Fiberglas structure using multiaxial fabric with powder binding. Manual lamination process. Neopentyl‐isophthalic type spray gelcoat. Sandwich panels with foam PVC layer in bulwarks and superstructures. Vinyl‐ester resins (osmosis resistance) for the outer layers of the hull. Orthophthalic resin for the inner layers of the hull and the superstructures. Propulsion system
4‐blades propellers in NiBrAl alloy designed and built to optimise hull peformance and guarantee excellent comfort under sail • Shafts: in V174 steel, or similar, supported by brass struts and PSS bearings Equipment
Access from cockpit via fly ladder, of GRP with teak steps. Access gate of aluminium and tinted Plexiglas. Front wind break of tinted polycarbonate • Twoseater sofa built into furniture with: refrigerator, sink with cold water • Oddment compartments in dashboard “C” shaped sofa for five people plus relax area • Storage compartment for odds & ends in front of relax area • GRP roll bar, GPS, navigation lights • Stainless steel handrails • Steering wheel of painted white aluminium and steering system adjustable for height • Controls: horn, winch, trim tabs, washdown pump, service switches • Chain meter counter • Hand‐operated swivelling light • Car stereo with sealed enclosure and watertight loudspeakers (2 in cockpit and 2 on roll bar) Interfaced electronic instrumentation (RAYTHEON): Autohelm ST60 MULTI, Autohelm ST6001 PLUS (autopilot, rudder angle indicator, log, echo, compass + Seatalk interfaced function). 12 V lighter socket • Cruise Commander single‐lever electronic remote controls • Engine startstop buttons • CAT engine instrumentation with visual‐audible alarms • VHF radiotelephone. Hull and deck (75m) anchor chain housing, 30 kg anchor • 1200 W 24 V winch, 10 mm barbotin and capstan drum • Ceiling lights in cockpit with dimmer • Anchor nose of stainless steel • No. 4 bitts + amidship • Built‐in stainless steel stern fairleads • Handrails and accessories of ovalised stainless steel • Stainless steel fender bar • Nonslip deck surfaces • Tempered glass panes set in GRP frame, mirror polished • No. 3 electrically operated park‐away two‐speed windscreen wiper‐washer • Antifouling paint • Navigation lights • Azimut lettering on sides • No. 2 diesel oil fillers with protective cover and no. 1 fresh water filler on anchor chain zone starboard side • Two‐wing saloon access door of stainless steel and tempered glass • Teak cockpit • Cockpit bench with storage pocket and locket • Shower with hot and cold water • 3.0 m (260 kg) electro‐hydraulic gangway • 1.3 m swim platform built into the hull with teak deck • Stainless steel‐teak swim ladder • Boat hook • Shore power intake.
Adjustable single seat for pilot • Desk computer • Helm wheel of stainless steel and teak • Power steering.white‐red light for pilot station Steering system adjustable for height • Winch control • Trim tab controls with trim indicators • Windscreen wiper‐washer controls • Controls for electronically operated opening side windows, navigation lights, bilge pumps, chain washdown, battery parallel connection, instrument lights, horn, generator control, engine room fans (automatically started with engines) and blowers (automatically and manually operated with engines off). Interfaced electronic instrumentation (RAYTHEON): Autohelm ST 60 tridata multifunctional display, VHF radiotelephone, RC520 (GPS‐cartographic plotter), Autohelm ST 6001 plus (autopilot, rudder angle indicator, magnetic compass, log, echo), synoptic panel (energy source selection and control with indicator lights and analog instruments, bilge water and tank level too high alarms), 12 V lighter socket, Cruise commander single‐lever electronic remote controls, engine start‐stop ignition keys with engine “Syncro” function • Engine control panel complete with visual and audible alarms, VDO instrumentation for water and diesel oil level gauges and alternator ammeters. Saloon Carpeting • Halogen lights • Diffused lighting under the sofa • Curtains on the bulwarks • Cherry and briar cabinet with: storage and bar with bottle container of transparent Plexiglas and mirror • “C” shaped sofa on port side with rotary table built into seat • Fabric curtain on saloon door • Aft, port side, CD player connected to two loudspeakers in saloon and two in dinette.
Carpeting • Halogen lights • Dining sofa of GRP on starboard side with storage compartments • Emergency exit doors under cushions in owner’s cabin • Cherry table with removable central part.
220 V 3‐ element cooker with ceramic glass top and crockery rails • Microwave oven+grill • Granulon kitchen top with two sinks • Blower • 220 l Refrigerator • Cherry cabinets under kitchen top with drawer and pot compartment. Wooden floor • Storage cabinet for dishes, glasses and silverware with crystal glass shelf • Fore end kitchen accessory compartment • Storeroom and service compartments adjacent to ladder to cabins.
Double bed with chest of drawers, cherry headboard and inspection panel for A/C • Double‐door wardrobe on fore side • Column with drawers • Vanity with writing desk and drawer on starboard side bulwark • Carpeting • Emergency exit via roof above vanity • Bulwarks lined with high quality cloth • Direct access to owner’s toilet • Azimut reading lights • Cherry doors and doorframes.
Double bed • Cherry headboard • Shelves above portholes • Closets on either side • Column with shelves, bookshelves and TV housing • 2 round portholes • Deck hatch with shade and mosquito screen • Azimut reading lights • Cherry doors and doorframes. Starboard guest cabin Twin beds • Central night table with radio compartment and switches • Bulwark closet with shelves • Finishing band of precious fabric • Carpeting • Round porthole • Azimut reading lights • Cabinet with shelves above porthole
• Cherry doors and doorframes.
Access from owner’s cabin • Separate
shower with bench • Shower
column with soap tray and mixers
• Washbasin with glossy glass top,
pull out drawer under the washbasin
and cherry cabinet with mirror
• Storage cabinet • Doussiè
wood floor • Air extractor (centralised
aspirator in owner's head)"
Access from VIP cabin and from
corridor • Big round shower with
Plexiglas and wooden gratings •
Shower column with soap tray
and mixer • washbasin with glossy
glass top, pull out drawer under
the washbasin and bulwark cabinet
with mirror • Round porthole •
Air extractor (centralised aspirator
in owner's head) • WC
Systems and accessories
Engines installed on Silentblocks.
• Accessible from the cockpit •
No.2 underwater engine gas exhaust
outlets with structural GRP
pipes VT, by‐pass tube and (insulated)
stainless steel manifolds •
No. 2 24 V fans (flow rate: 70
m3/min) with spring operated
closing grids; • No. 1 24 V blower
(flow rate: 40 m3/min) • No. 2 3”
engine seawater intakes, with On‐
Off valve and wire mesh filter; •
No. 1 1” 1/2 seawater intake for
auxiliary units (generator and A/C)
with On‐Off valve and wire mesh
filter; • High strength plastic material
boards floor (frame of AISI
304 stainless steel); • Soundproofing.
On board voltage values: • 220 V
a.c. with 50 Hz frequency. • 24V
d.c. from battery packs. • 12 V
d.c. obtained from 35 A power
supply + dedicated VHF power
Generator: • 5KW EMI (installed in
engine room with expansion muffler
and water/fume separator).
Shore power intakes: • Std version:
1 220 V 50 A shore power
intake • Version with A/C: 2 220 V
50 A shore power intakes (aux.
units and A/C).
Batteries • 4 200 Ah batteries for
auxiliary devices (2 24 V 400 Ah
units). • 2 200 Ah batteries to start
• 1 100 Ah battery per generator. •
All units are activated by Bosch
battery cut‐out relays.
Battery charging:1 24 V 80 A Dolphin
electronic battery charger for starting and auxiliary units. • 1 12 V 10 A Dolphin electronic battery charger for generator. Electric panels:Two main control panels, one in the engine room and the other in the wheelhouse. • Emergency panel in cockpit (with controls to cut off power to the boat). • Sealed control panels in engine room with transparent protective lid. • Electrically operated devices protected by high reliability magnetothermic switches or fuses. Lighting:24 V, 20 W halogen spotlights. • 24 V (24 W/m) diffused lighting system.
No. 3 24 V automatic electric pumps (flow‐rate: 224 l/min) with possibility of manual activation from wheelhouse panel • Each pump is fitted with double level high switch connected to visualaudible alarm in wheelhouse; • No. 2 manual pumps (flow‐rate: 49 l/min) to draw water from the three sealed compartments switching from one to another; • Emergency system if engine room bilge is full via branch pipe from engine cooling pump (flowrate: 334 l/min).
Fresh water system
No. 2 (250 l and 390 l) AISI 316 stainless steel tanks, disembarkable, located under VIP cabin bed • No. 1 water filler plug on starboard side deck surface and no. 1 vent in anchor housing • No. 1 24 V pressure pump with 45 l/min capacity in engine room • No. 1 220 V electrically operated 60 l boiler under stbd side of guest cabin bed • System can be sectioned by means of ACORN type manifolds • Hot and cold running water in all toilets and galleys distributed via mixer faucets; • Cold water line to engine room, fly bridge and cockpit;
Grey water system
No. 2 PVC through hull discharge manifolds; • Owner and guest toilet discharged into tank; • No. 2 tanks: Main 58 l polyethylene tank under corridor ladder, equipped with level switch and discharge control in wheelhouse; Secondary 9 l polyethylene tank under owner’s toilet, with automatic transfer into main tank;
• Galley discharge to manifold; •
Electrically operated (24 V) lownoise
diaphragm type transfer
and discharge pumps (transfer
pump is automatic, discharge
pumps are controlled from
Black water system
WC wash circuit with fresh water;
• Provision to install direct throughhull
discharge or discharge to
tank;• No. 1 133 l polyethylene
collection tank • Tank can be
emptied out by suction via plug in
No. 2 1100 l AISI 316 stainless
steel tanks • No. 2 diesel oil filler
plugs in deck surfaces and no. 2
vents in bulwark; • Tanks connected
with 1” pipe and manual On‐
Off valves; • Visual level indicator
on stbd tank; • Level switch on
port tank; • Fuel delivery cut‐out
by means of 1” 24 V remote
controlled solenoid valves, or local
manual valves; • Single RACOR
900 water/diesel oil precipitator filters
on each engine;• Single NAUCO
diesel oil filter on generator.
Fluid power system
No. 1 24 V electrohydraulic steering
system with power steering; •
No. 2 24 V electrohydraulic trim
tabs with 2 pistons per blade • No.
1 3 m long 24 V electrohydraulic
Controlled via emergency panel in
cockpit which includes the following
Engine battery cut‐out; • Fuel delivery
shutoff solenoid valves; •
Fans and blowers stop • Fan grid
closure by means of mechanical
linkage; • Fire extinguisher discharge.
STD version • No. 2 12 kg powder
cylinders with nozzles on engines
and gear boxes (type approved
for Italian market according
to directive 94/25/CE,
No. 1 boat hook • N.8 fenders. •
Cushions. • Canvas window
blinds. • Fly bridge instrument lid. •
Set with dishes, glasses and silverware
for 8 people • Set of stainless
steel pots and pans for 8
people. • Ropes
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.