December 8, 2018

New Model: Bugari F86

Founded in 1968 Bugari from Ancona has been pretty much quiet in recent years.  For those that don't know Bugari had build quite a name for itself in the 1980's and nineties for building one off custom super yachts most of them in alloy. But things seem to be getting interesting again for Bugari with ownership and management changes in 2014 presenting a new three model line up of semi-custom motor and super yachts from 77 to 100 feet designed by Filippo Salvetti, who looks to be the new Italian designer to watch of 2018 and beyond.  Bugari has started this new line up with the launch of the new F86, a two deck and half semi wide body super yacht with a modern profile, and an owners stateroom on the main deck.  The lower deck of the F86 will be offered in three options of three or four guest cabins. A crew lobby with two cabins sleeping four is located at midships in between the engine room and the guest cabin area.  The Bugari F86 competes with the the likes of the Azimut Grande 27 Metri for a sub 28 meter semi wide body super yacht with owners stateroom on the main cabin, and three or four cabins on the lower deck.  The Bugari F86 is powered by twin Man 1900hp engines which will allow speeds up to thirty knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 26.51 m (86.5ft) with extended bathing platform
LOA - 25.5 m without extended bathing platform 
Beam - 6.40 m
Draft - 1.95 m
Displacement - 80 t half load
Fuel Capacity - 11000 l
Water Capacity - 1500 l
Accommodation - eight guest berths in four cabins, or ten guests in 5 cabins, four crew in two cabin
Engines - 2 x Man 1900hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 30 knots max 25 knots cruise with Man 1900hp
Range - 1500 nm at 11 knots
Hull Shape - FastEco planning hull
Project - Filippo Salvetti
Certification - RINA   

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