NENA the first of the Akhir II8 foot series, was launched in 2009 in Pisa. Her first particular among many is that in contrast to Cantieri di Pisa's tradition, she is the first yacht to sport a metallic grey hull. Perhaps, it is another sign of the new course the brand is taking, which as known belongs to the Baglietto Group.
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Le Beau Rivage,
9 avenue d’Ostende, MC 98000 Monaco.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Flag of Registry: Malta
LOA: 118 ft 6 in
Beam: 24 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 8 ft 1 in
Displacement: 118000 kgs
Number of twin berths: 1
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 8
NENA the first of the Akhir I I 8 foot series, was launched on the 21st of February last in Pisa. Her first particular among many is that in contrast to Cantieri di Pisa's tradition, she is the first yacht to sport a metallic grey hull. Perhaps, it is another sign of the new course the brand is taking, which as known belongs to the Baglietto Group. NENA is 36 metres long with a 7.5 metre beam built entirely in GRP. She is clearly inspired by the "Akhirs" of the 1970’s as recalled so aptly by the radar situated on the stern of the flying bridge and the continuity of the window panelling embedded along her black sides. Despite her recollections of the past, aboard there are a great many innovations to enhance lifestyle. In fact, particular emphasis was given to the lighting of every area. Her two decks are strewn with roomy areas adorned with furniture made according to a 17th century technique in black died pear tree that is widely covered in padded leather by Cantieri di Pisa's craftsmen. The result inevitably exalts the yacht's classical timeless appearance. The elegant decor is embellished by a waxed finished sanded teak boiserie while panels of precious cloths ensure a warmer welcome to every room. Natural light floods the interiors due to the large window frames which can be screened off at will by sliding textile panels, instead of, the usual curtains. As befits the interior designs' context, artificial light beams down from specific bulbs along the skylight which mix well with the elegant lampshades. The interior layout clearly differentiates the socializing areas from the sleeping quarters which are all situated on the lower deck. Here, the owner's state cabin, comprising a central double bed, a sofa, an en suite bathroom, and a walk in cupboard, sports a magnificent view, amidships, thanks to as many as nine window frames that are part of the new window panelling placed above and below the band that runs along NENA sides. The bows of the lower deck host four cabins with private bathroom, three of them have twin berths and one a double bed. The crew's quarters are forward of the guests' and besides their own access point from the main deck; they dispose of three double cabins with their own mess room and galley. The latter towards the stern, leads to the owner's areas that include a dining room with a table for ten and a very large saloon that in addition to a seated area also hosts an entertainment zone. On deck, the cockpit features a sofa with matching table and a comfortable patch to eat in the shade of the flying bridge's extension. The wheelhouse is on the upper deck and hosts a full array of electronic navigational aids and alarm dials that are easily accessible. As well as the second pilot station, the fly bridge above offers, aft of it, two large sun beds and two perfectly symmetrical "C" shaped sofas served by two joinable tables. The tender is lodged aft of this on a cradle and launched with the help of a hydroelectric davit. NENA can embark on long crossings thanks to her large fuel capacity and two MTU 2,400 HP engines that at a constant speed of 12 knots can cover a 2,120 mile range. Two 55Kw Kohler generators certainly help and are amid the standard equipment aboard an akhir I 18 as well as a de-salinator capable of a day of 4,320 litres, and a complete air conditioning system. Stabilizers, in fact are virtually the sole extras considered by the yard.
SHORE POWER: A.C. 400/230V 3phases 50hz; D.C 24V BATTERIES: Starter: 4x EXIDE GEL G210 210Ah 24V SERVICES: 1 x EXIDE GEL 8EPZV560 700Ah LIGHTS: 1 x EXIDE GEL 8EPZV560 700Ah VHF: 2 x EXIDE GEL G210 GENERATORS: 4 x EXIDE GEL G210 120Ah 24V ENGINES: 2 x EXIDE GEL G210 210Ah 24V BATTERY CHARGERS: Engines: MASTERVOLT 24V 25 A EMERGENCY: MASTERVOLT 24V 50A SERVICES: MASTERVOLT 24V 75 A STARTER: MASTERVOLT 24V 25 A
Communications and navigational equipment
RADAR SYSTEM: - NAVNET FORUNO - Thrusters HYDRO SYSTEMS - FORUNO LCD SOUNDER LS-6000 - FORUNO RD30 - VHF SAILOR RT 5022 VHF DSC - No. 2 LCD display 15” TOUCHSCREEN Integrated Control System
SEATEL Satellite N.2 Security Cameras (Aft, Engine Room) MAIN SALON N.1 SHARP AQUOS LCD 42’’ N.1 HUMAX Combo 9000 Black, Digital + Satellite Receiver N.1 PIONEER DVR X 60D DVD player N.1 SKY Sat Receiver N.1 BOSE Dolby Sorround System (5x Speakers + Subwoofer) N.1 Phone PANASONIC KX TGA807 JT DINING N.1 SHARP AQUOS LCD 32’ N.1 Dolby Stereo System (2x Speakers) N.1 Phone PANASONIC KX TGA807 JT MASTER CABIN N.1 SHARP AQUOS LCD 32’ N.1 HUMAX F3 FX CI N.1 TEAC DR H300 DVD, USB player N.1 SKY Sat Reveiver N.1 Phone PANASONIC KX TGA807 JT N.1 SAFE JYM in Master Cabin (originally 5th Cabin) N.1 TECHNOJYM Tapis Roulant D7453L08000404 N.1 SHARP LCD 17’ N.1 TEAC DR H300 DVD, USB player N.1 Phone PANASONIC KX TGA807 JT 1x TWIN CABIN N.1 SHARP AQUOS LCD 21’ N.1 HUMAX F3 FX CI N.1 TEAC DR H300 DVD, USB player N.1 Phone PANASONIC KX TGA807 JT 2x Double guest Cabin N.1 SHARP AQUOS LCD 21’ N.1 HUMAX F3 FX CI N.1 TEAC DR H300 DVD, USB player N.1 Phone PANASONIC KX TGA807 JT CREW MESS (Main Galley) N.1 AQUOS SHARP LCD 19’ N.1 FAIRMATE Digital and Sat Receiver N.1 TEAC Receiver DR H300 DVD, MP3, WMA Compatible N.1 LCD for Security CAM viewer N.1 Phone PANASONIC KX TGA807 JT CAPTAIN CABIN N.1 SHARP AQUOS LCD 17’ N.1 HUMAX F3 FX CI N.1 TEAC DR H300 DVD, USB player N.1 Phone PANASONIC KX TGA807 JT 2X CREW CABINS N.1 TOSHIBA LCD 15’ N.1 HUMAX F3 FX CI N.1 SONY RADIO/DVD Player FLY: N.1 BOSE Speakers
Tender and toys
CASTOLDI Jet 420, 4,20 Meters, 90Hp
Mechanical, propulsion and engine room equipment
ENGINES: 2 x 16V 2000 M93 MTU 2400hp each (3580KW total) ENGINE HOURS: 05/01/2015 - STBD 1207- PORT 1209 FUEL: DIESEL PROPULSION: PROP SHAFT BLADES: DETRA n.5 D=1250 mm, P=1415 mm GENERATORS: 2 x CUMMINS ONAN 50 kW mod. MDDCG5937025 GENERATOR HOURS: 05/01/2015 - STBD 2912 - PORT 2901 STABILIZERS: TRAC zero Speed THRUSTERS: Bow: HYDROSYSTEMS HBT 60S Stern: HYDROSYSTEMS HBT 40S AIR CONDITIONING: CONDARIA PCWM/FCL 4500003 PLUS 230V 3 phases - BTU/H360,000 SEWAGE SYSTEM: HAMANN Norway mini Frame 3 phases V DRIVE
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