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Beneteau Monte Carlo 76, Italy

US$ 3,232,530

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YOU ARE SAVING 1000K !

Year:
2011
Length:
76'
Engine/Fuel Type:
Twin
Located In:
Italy
Hull Material:
Composite
YW#:
78708-2476901
Current Price:
EUR  2,450,000 Tax Not Paid (US$ 3,232,530) 


Monte Carlo 76 AS NEW!

 

 

 

THE 2011 MOTOR BOAT OF THE YEAR AWARDS WINNER OF THE FLYBRIDGES ABOVE 55ft

 

THE ONLY ONE PREOWNED AVAILABLE ON THE MARKET !

 

 

NOW YOU ARE SAVING  EURO 1000K FROM THE PRICE LIST 2011!!!

 

 

Technology is key to the 76. The hull is a stiff, monocoque sandwich designed without longitudinal stringers and laminated with a considerable amount of Kevlar. This sounds like a weight-saving strategy, and I admit I was reminded of a naval architect who said that an ordinary yacht on the way to a fuel dock is lighter than a “high-tech” one on the way back. But there’s another reason for this construction: The lack of stringers makes more depth available in the hull, allowing interior structures to be set more deeply and in turn lowering the center of gravity (COG) while providing more headroom.



COG considerations also decreed that lightweight carbon fiber be employed in the hardtop, which can be clad in photovoltaic panels. A state-of-the-art, totally “green” bacteriological black-water treatment system is another option. High tech has also found its way into the engine room—although not in this first boat, which has a relatively orthodox pair of 1,400-hp MAN V12s powering ZF V-drives and propellers. According to Demaria, the most popular power option for subsequent orders has been the 1,200-hp MANs coupled to ZF pod drives, whose efficiency reportedly makes up for the lower engine output to give similar performance and fuel efficiency.



You can tell by looking at her that the 76 was conceived using pretty advanced thinking. Apart from those stainless steel frames, the bridge overhang is unsupported, and yet according to Seaway’s calculations, this carbon structure can safely carry a tender—although perhaps with a nervous eye aloft. (All customers so far have opted to mount the tender on the aft platform.) There is ample evidence inside, too: The curved stairway down to the forward accommodations gives you a sense of the depth of this hull; the VIP berth is much higher than your bed at home—some 32 inches—because the floor is set so far down in the V of the bow. The other advantage is a lower sole and thus generous headroom—about 6'9" in the saloon and 6'6" throughout the lower deck—which certainly doesn’t show in the yacht’s sleek profile.



Some of the thinking though is not so much advanced as just plain clever. The wide side decks that culminate in that excellent Portuguese bridge around the front of the wheelhouse are safe, practical, and on a boat of this size, truly innovative. So are the accommodations.



A four-cabin yacht in standard form, the MCY 76 is also available with just three, the principal difference being that in place of a fourth cabin, the owner gets more living space and a stupendous bathroom. The other main layout option concerns the galley. Down and aft in the crew area on this first 76, it can alternatively be sited on the main deck, on the starboard side. This would obviously be a more sociable layout, but it has to be said that the single-level main deck spaces work very well with no galley in the way.



The interior decor of the first 76 involves leather and teak flooring, gray fabric upholstery, tactile ridged-velvet trim around the cabinetwork, sanded-teak panelling, mosaic shower tiles, bronzed mirrors, and stainless steel fittings. Everything was put together with undoubted quality, but to me the overall effect seemed a little monochrome. But hey, no one has yet hired me to style so much as a garden shed.The yard is happy to consider any custom interior decor that you or your designer care to suggest—for better or worse. The Tonelli dining table, on the other hand, is a particularly happy union of glass, steel, and leather, and those amazing molded-plywood chairs from Moroso were designed by British architect Ron Arad. 





Please contact Francesco Pia at +39 335 200899

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