December 9, 2019

New Model: Seanfinity T4

During the Summer 2019 a new brand Seanfinity entered into the scene with the launch of its first T4 model.  Seanfinity is to a certain extent a new name but behind it are naval architects Gianluca Caputi and propulsion expert Vincenzo Tuccio.  Caputi for those in the know of the Italian scene, in particular that of the South of Rome, in a town called Gaeta, is a family which owned Italcraft from the mid nineties till 2006, and founded Cantieri Navali dell Golfo in 1982.  This last got more a name in building military patrolling and law enforcement craft then pleasure boats over the years, but its yacht legacy is also important especially with the Ipanema series designed by Galeazzi launched in the late eighties and produced till late nineties.  Vincenzo Tuccio founded the surface drive company Top System in 2005 and today this has established itself as one of the top suppliers in this propulsion system type set up.  The Seafinity T4 is a sport cruiser with a size of over fourteen meters catered mostly to be a tender for a villa in use as a day cruiser, or as a chase boat for a super yacht.  But the T4 as the first tests by Seanfinity have shown and the important 1500 liters capacity has a capability beyond that, having in the Summer made important tests up to the Balearic islands and back.  The Seanfinity T4 is first for this alone a modern sport cruiser with important day boat capability, and transformation technologies, from the must have up and down aft bathing platform, to the opening side bulk heads aft.  Below deck the Seanfinity T4 is offered with two layouts, a Limo version with a dinette which can convert to double berth, or the cabin version which offers a two plus two layout.  The Seafinity T4 is also varied in its engine choice from more economic to run twin Volvo 400hp stern drive version, to high performance twin diesel with surface drives, or triple and quadruple Mercury 400hp outboard set up.   
Technical Data:
LOA - 14.80 m (48.5ft)
Hull Length - 13.2 m
Beam - 4.40 m
Dispalcement - 6500 kg without engines
Fuel Capacity - 1500 l
Water Capacity - 200 l
Accommodation - two plus two berths, or two berths
Engines - 2 x Volvo D6 400hp, Mercury Cummins 550hp, FTP 575hp, outboard with triple or quadruple Mercury 400hp petrol gas 
Propulsion - Volvo dual propeller stern drive with 400hp engines only, Top System surface drives, outboard triple or quad installation. 
Speed - 35 knots with Volvo 400hp, 60 knots with quadruple 400hp Mercury outboard 
Hull Shape - deep Vee with 23 degrees deadrise aft
Project - Gianluca Caputi naval architecture and design, Top System for propulsion set up 
Certification - CE B, ISO 8666 for data

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