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18,14 m De Cesari 60 – Fast Commuter – Anselmi Boretti 1998

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La Ghibellina

Builder Cantieri De Cesari Naval Designer Anselmi Boretti Interior Designer I.D.E.A. Institute Length 18.14 mt Beam 5.04 mt Draft 1.20 mt Year 1998 Displacement 34000 Kg Flag Italian Engines 2 X 440 Hp MAN Max Speed 24 knots Cruising Speed 20 knots Fresh Water Tanks 1300 l Fuel Tanks 2700 l Hull Material Epoxy cold molded mahogany Class Rina Cabins 3 Guests 6 Crew 1

DESCRIPTION

Interiors are furnished in a classic mahogany marine style. In the saloon, capitonnè light-coloured leather seating is set at a corner to form a dining area for eight or ten, with galley at opposite along the hull side. Two doors open at fore giving access to two guest cabins, each one with two bunk beds and sharing a comfortable bathroom. The owner’s cabin is aft with separate access from the outer deck. An antique style chest of drawers divides the two beds, consisting of a queen size at portside and a single bed on the other side. Wardrobe and ensuite bathroom with bidet and separate shower. A crew cabin for two people is at the extreme bow accessible from the outside. The De Cesari 60 ft – LA GHIBELLINA was delivered in 1998 as a fast commuter for coastal navigation by a design of Arch Anselmi Boretti. Laminated mahogany is worked with west system epoxy and reinforced with Kevlar and carbon layers. Powered with twin MAN 440 hp engines that give her a maximum speed of 24 knots, the yacht fascinates for the uniqueness of her classic lines and is always eye-catching either when moored or under sail.

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