March 21, 2017

New Model: Roscioli Donzi R58 Sport Cruise

Roscioli Donzi launch the new R-58, Sport Cruiser the latest edition to the Sport Cruiser line. Ensuring the best ocean experience, the hull one of the R-58 Sport Cruiser is equipped with twin 1925hp Caterpillar  engines, which are the largest for the model with projected speeds up to 45 knots. It also features Von Widmann Design underwater exhaust, Seatorque oil bath shaft system and a Seakeeper 16 Gyro-all combined provide top-rated performance and noise reduction.  The Sport Cruiser's interior is remarkably spacious with a three staterooms, and two heads layout.  The open galley saloon layout features Whisper Walls headliner, teak flooring, LED strip lighting throughout, and gold accent wall covering. All cabinetry is custom made by Roscioli, which include quartz counter tops and veneered galley cabinets that create a distinctive design and add symmetry to the rest of the vessel. The helm control station houses leather air ride seating for three people. A custom station located on the Lanai, satisfies the appetite of the savviest of fishermen.  Among the unique features on this custom R58 is the motorized aft salon window and complete wraparound windshield, one of the largest produced in the country. These features combined create an airy atmosphere with an optimal panoramic view. The deck features pop-up cleats, custom rod holders, hydraulic mechanized outriggers and a custom stainless steel handcrafted anchoring system, all of which are designed and engineered for the most meticulous taste.  The R58 Sport Cruiser was sold earlier this year to a local longtime fisherman, who has constructed several boats throughout the last four decades.
Technical Data:
LOA - 17.67 m (58ft)
Beam - 5.38 m
Draft - 1.47 m incl props
Fuel Capacity - 5602 l
Water Capacity - 685 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins
Engines - 2 x MTU 10v2000 1600hp, Cats C32A 1925hp
Propulsion - line shaft with Seatorque
Speed - 45 knots max, 32 knots cruise with Cats 1925hp
Project - Robert Roscioli

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