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|Hull Shape||Deep Vee|
|Offered By||boatpoint at Royal Quays Marina|
If you are looking for something a bit special, under 20M that you can enjoy as an Owner-Driver, then look no further. This Italian built Motor Yacht has been constructed to a very high standard inside and out and offers a luxurious level of comfort. She would also make a very good liveaboard with four en-suite cabins, a split level saloon, separate galley and well laid out cockpit and flybridge areas. Powered by twin, low hour MAN 820hp diesels. Upper and lower helms plus additional docking station. "Summer Wind" comes with lots of useful extras that will make your life afloat that bit more pleasurable. These include a hydraulic Passerelle, water maker, generator, air conditioning and remote controlled heating.
"Summer Wind" has been a labour of love for her current owner, and has been regularly used and cared for by him. She will live up to all your expectations and not disappoint.
|Length at Waterline||17.09m|
|Fresh Water Tank||1 x 1200 l (Stainless Steel)|
|Fuel Tank||3600 l (Stainless Steel)|
|Holding Tank||1 x 400 l (Stainless Steel)|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Type||5 Blade|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Type||5 Blade|
Vessel is powered by 2 X MAN D2480LE401 diesel engines. The engine room is a thing of beauty and is an engineers dream. There is full standing headroom and easy access to all aspects of the machinery. Both engines have been well maintained and have relatively low hours for their 20 years of service. The port engine has completed 1782 hours and the starboard unit 1813.
The appeal of the MAN engines is that they are recognised work horses which will provide many years of good service. Our RNLI have favoured them for years for this very reason.
The engine room is accessed from the rear of the saloon and is adjacent to the Crew/Captains cabin. The area is fully sound proofed resulting in a very quiet ride for the guests. Fuel tanks are situated port and starboard and hold 1600 litres each side. There is both tank and sight gauges for fuel levels. There is a Racor fuel filtration system for each engine. The engines can be started at each helm or from the engine room. To the aft of the engine room is the watermaker.
Both the lower and upper helms feature full instrumentation. The engine room is fitted with a camera which can be displayed on the chart plotters. Situated on the radar arch at the rear of the flybridge is a docking station to assist when berthing.
The current owner of the vessel has turned one of the crew cabins into a workshop. From this cabin you can access the generator and the hydraulics for the passerelle. Work carried out since current owners purchase are:
As you would expect with a vessel of this type and size, the inventory and equipment carried is extensive. Included in the sale are the following equipment.
Cushions & Covers
The interior of this motor yacht is luxurious and welcoming. The materials used and the Italian craftsmanship go hand in hand to produce a living space that combines comfort, luxury and functionality in equal measure.
The interior wood work is a combination of solid teak and mahogany cabinet work and veneered bulkheads. There are curves aplenty which you just dont get in motor yachts produced today. The wood work is finished in high gloss lacquer and in excellent condition. Headroom throughout is a generous 2.00M.
The carpeted, main saloon is entered from the cockpit. To starboard is a large, well upholstered leather L-shaped settee with an occasional table. Opposite on the port side is a series of curved wooden cabinets. These feature plentiful storage, bar and satellite TV. Large panoramic windows let in plentiful natural light. These are fitted with privacy blinds.
Moving forward and on a slightly raised level from the saloon is the lower helm position. Aft of the helm position is the well equipped galley. Here you will find plentiful work surfaces, storage cupboards and kitchen appliances. These include a full height fridge freezer, Bosch electric 4-burner hob, electric microwave oven/grill and a dishwasher.
Opposite the galley is the large dinette with a solid wooden table and well upholstered comfortable seating. Opposite is the lower helm with leather hand stitched helm seat with matching dashboard trim. Stainless steel ZF throttles, bow and stern thruster controls and bespoke dash with full engine instrumentation.
The main accommodation is accessed via a set of carpeted and illuminated stairs which lead down to the master and guest accommodation.
Starboard Guest Cabin
Port Guest Cabin
To the rear of the vessel on the port side as you enter the saloon, there is a staircase that leads downwards to the fourth en-suite cabin, and machinery space. This could be used as a skippers/guest cabin as it features en-suite toilet and shower, large single bed, dressing table/desk, overheard lockers and hanging wardrobe. The additional crew cabin is currently used as a workshop and storage facility for spares. This could easily be reverted to it original purpose.
GRP constructed motor yacht with deep V bow and generous beam. Her under water profile is such that she displaces water easily and provides a dry comfortable ride. Her white topsides have been given a smart navy blue vinyl wrap in 2020. This breaks up the white and gives her a very distinctive and classic look.
Teak and GRP bathing platform with inbuilt stainless steel ladder. Set of hydraulically operated moulded steps are incorporated into the transom. The cockpit area is teak laid and features electric mooring winches port and starboard. These are mounted within closing lockers and have built in mooring line wash facilities when picking up slime lines. Storage lockers built into transom and flush mounted switch panel for operating the Benzoni hydraulic Passerelle. Built in seating are to port with upholstered exterior seating. Exterior wooden dining table with stainless steel support. The table fully extends providing ample room for up to 10 persons. Occasional director style chairs. Cockpit coamings topped with solid teak and stainless steel rails.
Access to the flybridge is via a angled stainless steel staircase to flybridge with oval teak treads and a thick Perspex hatch with hydraulic ram. Upholstered seating area to port with exterior galley unit opposite. This incorporates a sink with hot and cold pressurised water and an electric BBQ style hot plate. Helm position with double helm seat and clear Perspex wind and spray deflecting screen. To rear is a moulded arch with docking controls, radome, horn and satellite TV dome.
Getting forward is safe and easy thanks to the teak laid side decks. The teak topped capping rails are fitted with large diameter stainless steel guardrails which are situated at waist height. The foredeck has a huge sun deck with removable cushions. Stainless steel bow fitting with anchor securing point. This allows the anchor to be permanently mounted and ready to deploy. Lofrans anchor windlass with separate chain and anchor/mooring braid gypsys. All windows in the superstructure are made from toughened glass and are slightly mirrored for privacy. The frames are made from stainless steel.
For a full, detailed specification with additional photographs and direct contact details for the listing office visit our website
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Unless otherwise stated on the specification sheet the following presumptions are made
Sail drive and shaft seals are more than 5 years of age
Fuel and gas hoses and regulators are over 5 years old
Standing rigging and sails are more than 10 years old
NOTE - Please ring our offices prior to visiting, as the boat may be unavailable for viewing or located at a different marina.