Langoustine
 
 
 
L.O.A 19.25m
Beam: 5m
Draft: 1.10m
Cruising Speed:
22 Knots
Year: 2003
Located
: Home port Lavagna, Italy
Engines:
2 x Cat 660, 3196 Dita year 2002 model
 
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ACCOMMODATIONS

Double cabins: 2
Twin cabins: 1
 

CURRENT PRICE
 
SOLD! EUR 790,000 VAT paid


 

WHAT THE BROCHURE SAYS:

Full beam master cabin with sofa and ample storage space. Full beam en-suite bathroom with bath tub and interesting artwork.

Aft of the cockpit there are two guest cabins which share a comfortable full beam bathroom. The port side cabin is a twin with a third 'pullman' bunk. The stbd side cabin has a double bed.

Each cabin has a radio/CD music system.

The saloon has a leather sofa with Ralph Lauren soft furnishings. There is a Panasonic TV concealed in a furniture unit, and a mini LG Hi Fi system also concealed in a unit.

There are photograph albums on board which document the painstaking care and attention that was taken in constructing the yacht using strip planking techniques.

The cockpit is suitable for dining, and there is abundant space for lounging and relaxing on the foredeck and the aft deck.

The yacht is built to RINA class, and certified for 14 passengers including crew. Fuel consumption is around 180 l/hr at 22 knots. She was refitted in 2008 with new varnish (Awl Grip) and new blue paint on the hull. She was also given upgraded new exhausts.

The tender is a modern classic in its own right, that can either be sailed as a dinghy or driven with a 15hp outboard. It looks elegant suspended from the davits which are zinc plated iron shrouded
in mahogany.

Luigi Mostes: "I visited the New Jersey coast, towards Atlantic City. Their lobsterboats had already been discovered in the 1930's by rich New Yorkers who fled to the coast from a tuberculosis epidemic in the city. These local boats, seaworthy and fast, were ideal for getting to the office and swiftly returning to more salubrious areas. There's no reason not to build them in wood where cost isn't a problem: there's a better distribution of weights, heat insulation, absence of emanations, rigidity and, not least, getting a one-off boat. This is our second lobsterboat. The first, Leontine, has been sailing tranquilly for several years." SUPERYACHT #524

She is seriously for sale and visits / offers are encouraged.