December 22, 2010

New Model: Abati 64 Sessantquatro Fly

Abati Yachts continues to bring bigger traditional lobster looking yachts, and after launching the bigger flybridge 58, presents its much awaited 64 Fly flagship. An expected model from Abati for the logic because it will challenge other mostly Italian builder who merge classic lobster looking lines with those of a modern Mediterranean yacht. Worth to note that Abati has been very clever in this task with the small and successful 46 model. The Abati 64 Fly designed as all the range by architect Carlo Ciuti, takes a lot from the smaller Abati and presents a nice cross over of classic hints as the flared bow, the curved shear line, and modern touches as the sloop stern with tender garage, and the versatile interior. Inside it presents two choices for a three, or four double cabins. In both options the interior is much similar for the only fact that the fourth cabin takes the place of the laundry room located to port side of the lower deck. Power is twin MAN 1100hp engines which give a top 32 knots speed, and a cruise of 26.
Technical Data:
LOA - 20.2 m (66.2ft)
Beam - 6.02 m
Displacement - 43 t loaded
Fuel Capacity - 4500 l
Water Capacity - 1000 l
Accommodation - 6 or 8 guest berths, 2 crew
Max Persons - 16
Engines - 2 x MAN V10 1100hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speeds - 32 knots max, 26 knots cruise
Range - 11 hours, 286 nautical miles at 26 knots cruise
Construction - gross reinforced fiberglass plastics
Project - Carlo Ciuti exterior and interior, Antion Ricciarini technical
Certification - CE A, RINA B + F

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