June 27, 2010

Projects: C.Boat 27-82 Pilot, C.Boat 27-82 SC, C.Boat 35-82, C.Boat 48-82

The Sicilian Yacht builder C.Boat which launched its first model the 27-82 in 2009, continue to present more projects in order to expand its range of Super Yachts to a wider audience. The first of these new project is the 27-82 Pilot. This new C.Boat features a pilot house on the flybridge, characterized by having the control cabin moved to the fly so that the living room on the main deck expands in size. The C.Boat 27-82 SC is the third version for this designation model. The character of the SC which means Sport Cruise is for offering a larger fore deck with the flybridge reduced slightly in size to fore. A more expanded flybridge will also offer a bigger deck up top then to the standard version. The deck house will also have more vertical mirrors adding to more views from the inside. This solution also offers the biggest fly of its category.
The new C.Boat 35-82 will be designed by Jennifer Puzzo and as all the range will be a steel made yacht, with an alloy superstructure respecting this builders style in full. C.Boat continue its solid structure construction typical of work boats, or, better saying, of tugs. C.Boat 35-82 offers spaces that are unique for its category thanks to its eight meters plus of beam, and an availability of up to six guest cabins.
C.Boat the company from Palermo, Island of Sicily does not stop and expands its size to larger bigger projects with the 48-82, a 48 plus meters of length Super Yacht. Future flagship of the C. Boat range, the 48-82 model is constructed of steel and aluminum, and is born with the imprint of its designer, Mauro Corvisieri and is developed with the expert collaboration of the Inzerillo & Albeggiani office from Palermo. A mega yacht which wants to follow the made in Palermo philosophy concept of this builder. C.Boat emphasizes that the 48-82 is a true ocean-boat, designed to challenge the seas and will be classified to RINA or Lloyd's 100 A.1 standards.