- 72 (ft.)
- Hull Material
- Fuel Type
- Engine Model
- V12 high speed turbo charged
- Number of Engines
- Engine Type
- Engine Hours
This vessel is a 72' Ferretti motor yacht. It is of fibre glass construction, with no major additions or alterations to the original design. The yacht has a single decked superstructure with fly bridge and radar arch on the upper level.
- Inside the superstructure, on the main deck the saloon opens into the dining area which is forward and to starboard with the galley to port. Forward of the galley and dining area is the pilothouse with helm position to starboard and seating area to port. Steps to port of the center line of the pilothouse gives access, down, to the main accomodatuionarea which has 4 guest cabins and 3 head and shower compartments. The two twin berth cabins share a head and shower compartment. Accomodation areas are all air conditioned using a central chilled water system with individual air handlers in each space. The interior is paneled in wood which is light and gives an airy appearance.
- Engine Room
- The engine room, which contains the main engines and generators is situated aft of midshipsand is accessed through the crew accomodation. The yacht is propelled by 2 MTU high speed turbo charged diesel engines each developing 1150 HP and capable of propelling the yacht at speeds of reportedly 30 knots.
- General Description of Hull and Fittings The underwater hull is of wide chine, planing "V" design. There are 3 spray rails that extend from the area of the stem aft to approximately midships, with the upper rail extending a further 10 feet aft. The hull was painted with a black anti fouling which is in satisfactory condition. Two 3 inch stainless steel propeller shafts have been fitted and each is supported by rubber cutlass bearings in the shaft log and by a single steel "P" bracket strut. Each shaft was fitted with a five bladed NIBROL propeller and instead of being fitted with a cone over the shaft securing nut had a specially designed zinc, sacrificial anode.The shafts are contained in partial tunnels that reduce the yachts draft while maintaining propulsion efficiancy. The two stainless steel rudders are supported on the transom as oppose to penetrating the hull under the water line. The bow thruster is set into a tunnel built into the hull and the the stern thruster is bolted to the transom. At the outboard sides of the transom are 2 trim tabs each with two hydraulic operating cylinders. Through hull openings are all fitted with grills.
- Fly Bridge
- Anchor windlass operating chain length indicator AUTO HELM TRIDATA Log with speed, depth and trip Searchlight controls ICOM IC VHF Radio Horn Trim tab controls Hydraulic pop up panel with : 2 x MTU main engine gauge panels and engine start/stops GEONAV 11 ELITE mapping GPS Rudder angle indicator FURUNO radar display
- Anchor windlass operating and chain length indicator AUTO HELM TRIDATA Log with speed, depth and trip Searchlight controls FURUNO LS600 LCD depth sounder Horn Trim tab controls FURUNO radar 2 x MTU main engine gauge, alarm panels and start/stop GEONAV 11 ELITE mapping GPS SHIPMATE RS 8300 VHF Windscreen wiper controls Windscreen washer control Fresh water tank and fuel tank level gauges 1 x ICOM ICM710 SSB radio, with antenna tuner fitted in aft deck port locker Also fitted in the pilothouse are 24 volt DC and 220 volt AC electrical panels, generator control panels and mimic panels for bilge pumps and levels, navigation lights, warning of operation of passarelle etc. The ventilation/air conditioning system is also controlled from the Pilothouse.
- 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.
- Contact Brian Hermann, 954-993-4195 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org