February 28, 2020

Out-News = Classic Italian Super Yacht Catches Fire in San Remo

A Cantieri Navali Liguri 30.57 meter classic super yacht titled M/Y Pamela IV caught fire while in dry dock at Dimola Shipyard, in the old Port of San Remo at around 1800 hours on Thursday 27 February evening.  No one was injured in the fire of Pamela IV, and scenes in the morning after showed the classic super yacht still smoking.  The Italian fire fighting team from San Remo, with extra assistance coming from the nearby Imperia squad took a whole night to control and put off the fire, this made more difficult by the windy conditions of the evening. 
Build in 1962, by Cantieri Navali Liguri in steel, this thirty meter classic Italian super yacht was designed by A. Pulitzer with interior by Officine Mariotti, and was powered by twin GM 720hp engines which allowed her to reach top speeds up to fifteen knots, and cruise at thirteen, this allowing her for a range up to 2200 nautical miles.  Accommodation was for up to eight people in four cabins, while crew space was for five persons.

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