Typical design of the shipyard built with mahogany shell (no longer caulked but already glued), longitudinal iroko structure, transversal framework in lamellar iroko and steam-bent acacia, ballast in a single lead melt; the deck was made of teak, mahogany superstructures, trees and bomas made of silver spruce (the famous fir of Sitka Bay in Alaska).
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Full Refit album upon request. New Hydraulic system – New Electric system + charger + N°4 batteries – New wc and shower system – Galley full equipped with gas ring, oven, new fridge – Engine full serviced – Full chrome – New teak – All woods parts painted with 8 hands.
Master cabin with twin bed, convertible dinette in double bed.
Crew cabin on bow or sail compartment.
N° 1 service room with shower
Galley full equipped, fridge, freezer, gas ring and oven.
Electric bilge pump – Manual bilge pump – Battery charger – Hot water – Electric head
Outboard engine brackets – Cockpit table – Teak cockpit – Swimming ladder -Teak sidedecks – Cockpit cushions – Gangway – Cockpit shower – Tender – Manual windlass – Cockpit cover – Mainsail cover
Many sails original and new – Mainsail – Genoa – Battened mainsail
Yawl cruising II Class of the Royal Ocean Racing Club, twin of the previous Airela, typical design of the shipyard which realized on this project many speciments from twelve meters and a half to fifteen meters. The boat has been used over the years for club regattas and cruises in the Mediterranean. Completely renovated, it has taken over the sea in 2017 to return to compete with its sisters in the classic boats show.
Contact Paolo Berio for more information about this yacht.
Mobile: +39 333 3362175
Contact Rosanna Damonte for more information about this yacht.
Mobile: +39 338 6028351