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  • +393333362175
€ 200.000

Baglietto 20SS

Builder
Baglietto
Model
20SS
Yacht Name
Seaquence of a Seaquence
Location
Naples
Built / Refit
1972 / 2015
Hull material
Wood
Length
20,95 mt
Beam
5,20 mt
Draft
-
Displacement Kg.
-
Engine Power
twin 650Hp GM Diesel
Engine Hours
1200
Cabins
4
Sleeps
8
Flag
Italy

The vessel went through a full refit,both structural and mechanical; as well,the interior was brought back to the original configuration, with a maniacal research of period fabric patterns and appliances. Nowaday she is a turn head wherever seen, even in the most demanding harbours and always very welcomed and cheered in all classic boats events, like Monaco classic week, Les voiles de Saint Tropez, to name just a few.

Accomodation:

N°3 Guests cabins with bunk bend and private service room. N°1 central Main cabin beam to beam. N°1 crew cabin on bow with private access. Galley full equipped with electrical rings, fridge, freezer ove and microwaves.• Salon and dinette with frigo bar, Tv, Radio, Stereo.

Electronic equipments:

Vhf – Radar – Autopilot – GPS – Echo – Satellite Tv

Interior and exterior equipments :

New Dinghy 2017 .- N°2 generadores Onan e Kohler(2007).- Water maker (2007) – winter and summer covers – Cushion – N°2 Air condition

It all began in 1972 when delivered to her first owner, count Pigna of the well known paper mills, as a one off version, named SS, of the 20mt series, fitted with two CRM engines 1100hp each, an incredible output for those days, making the yacht one of the fastest with a top speed of 35 knots! It was also fitted with A/C throughout, watermaker, deep freezer, 2 generators and many more features so unusual at that time, to consider the vessel an ultra modern concept for early ‘70ies. Seaquence of Seaquence has been cherished by the count in Portofino harbour until he passed away late ‘80ies. The second owner, a well known public notary, brought her to another glamourous location, Capri harbour, where he sparingly used it, mainly entertaing guests along the island coasts. Due to limited enjoyment, she was sadly a bit neglected years passing by, but luckily preserved unmolested, 100% in original structural conditions.