April 24, 2009

New Model: Sarnico 13.43 m Spider Perla

To round off the success of the Spider, Cantieri di Sarnico presents the new Perla version characterised by a provocative livery and exotic furnishings. The model is complete with an unprecedented white body but as with true pearls, the value is not merely measured by how bright they are, but by the shape, the lustre and the many translucent layers. In order to highlight the sporting nature of the boat the sides are finished with a dark brown line realised with a very special painting. The same dark and brilliant tones are used for the upholstery on deck and illustrate the exclusivity of the boat and the modernity of its styling. The light and the colours give the boat its lines as much as the fiberglass structure does, adding great value to the shape designed by Nuvolari and Lenard. In addition, the colour of the accessories, furniture and bridge are painted in order to give a chromatic contrast. The cockpit deck of the Perla is realized with large and impressive teak strips separated with white lines. The layout of the lower deck is the same as the original version but uses carefully selected bamboo in order to distinguish it from the standard version. Other stylistic changes include polished ebony wood in the kitchen, leather floor and white polished overhead lockers. The hull is conceived by Victory Design who make the best of their racing experience to make the Spider Perla agile and easy to trim without any need for corrections by the helmsman. With twin Volvo Penta D6 Turbodiesel Common Rail 435 hp engines fitted to IPS pods, the max speed is 39 knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 13.43 m (44ft)
Length Hull - 13.07 m
Beam - 3.16 m
Draft - 1.10 m
Displacement - 11.5 t (dry)
Fuel Capacity - 1100 l
Water Capacity - 350 l
Max Persons - 10
Accommodation - 4 berths in 2 cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo IPS500 370hp, IPS600 435hp
Propulsion - Volvo IPS forward looking duoprop pod drives
Speed - 39 knots max, 33 knots cruising
Project - Nuvolari Lenard, Victory Design hull
Construction - fiberglass

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