Designed by Leonardo Acciarri and made of steel and aluminium, UNICA was built by Emys Yachts and delivered in 2013. Born from a dream of a passionate yacht owner with a vision of an innovative project, UNICA stays true to her heritage; focussing on safety, reliability and comfort, all of which are essential requirements for a relaxing holiday on the sea.
The family-oriented interior by Marco Serri accommodates up to eight guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite amidships, a VIP suite forward a double and a twin cabin. In addition, there is a quarter for two crew in one cabin.
The transom stern benefits from an innovative and spacious bathing platform which can be deployed when at anchor, thus allowing easy access to the tender, and to the sea.
Twin 450hp Baudouin diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 10 knots and a transatlantic range of 3,900 nautical miles.
- 0-speed stabilizers
- Only one owner since her delivery
displacement hull featuring a marked bow bulb
- Elegant and family oriented
interiors accommodating up to 8 guests in 4 staterooms
- Transom stern featuring a spacious and functional swimming platform
nm range @ 10 knots at 60 liters/ hour
- Built under RINA supervision gaining Green Star & Comfort Class
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