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The Prestige 170 "Vesuvio" is a beautiful displacement vessel built in Holland by Pacific Shipyard. Although Vesuvio was built in 2007, she was not actually launched until 2019 following an extensive refit by her current owners. She is built entirely in steel with a striking blue hull, full teak and a beautiful and elegant Italian designed mahogany and Alcantara interior. She has exceptionally comfortable accommodation with 3 cabins and 3 ensuite bathrooms with incredibly stylish Bisazzo Mosaic tiles, all with walk-in showers. She is extensively equipped and has an endless specification including air conditioning, central heating, bow and stern thrusters and a fantastic hydraulic platform. Also included is a nearly new Williams 385T Jetrib which is easily launched and recovered from the aft hydraulic platform. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a seriously high quality boat. The owners of this boat have spared absolutely no expense in her very recent refurbishment and systems overhaul. Boat can be purchased in either Euros or GBP (GBP purchase subject to exchange rate and not below £410,000)
Year built: 2007 First launched in 2019 following a full overhaul of all the systems Builder: Pacific Shipyard, Holland Engines: 2 x Volvo Penta D6-280 3 cabins / 3 ensuite bathrooms British registration Mahogany interior Location: Italy, Pisa
LOA: 17.9m Beam: 5.35m Max Draft: 1.40m Displacement: 42,000kg
The Prestige 170 hull/deck and superstructure is constructed entirely in steel The steel is the same type used in merchant ships Her hull design incorporates bilge keels which protect the props, allowing her to dry out Floor timbers, spars and reinforcements with thickness of 8mm, 6mm of the hull, topsides and superstructure 4mm Great attention was taken to the acoustic insulation of the entire boat, ensuring reduced vibration The interior is insulated from the hull through a 5cm thick closed cell polyurethane foam injection between the two Windows are made with double glass The interior features extensive use of fine woods like mahogany The teak decks use 18mm wood Interior with satin mahogany and cream coloured alcantara suede fabric Estimated build time for just the teak on Vesuvio was 5000 hours, 1,000 hours for plastering and painting!
2 x Volvo Penta D6-280 Engine hours: 510 (Oct 2020) Very low consumption: 15 litres/hr at a cruising speed of 9 knots 2 engine rooms with excellent access Tankage Fuel capacity: 4000 Litres Water capacity: 1650 Litres
External teak decks are spacious with solid frames and easy, safe walkways The front deck has a large sun lounger with mattress and a wide bench seat overlooking the stern The cockpit and outdoor dining area are sheltered by the sun and rain by a roof that juts up from the superstructure to the transom The top rear deck takes full advantage of the outdoors and the semi-circular alfresco dining area whilst maintaining privacy aided by the length of the expansive sun deck and sun roof 4 x glass and mahogany doors open onto the cockpit A very unique feature is the bathing platform which has an electrohydraulic system for launching and lifting the tender. It is also great fun for bathing and swimming from The owners have fitted bespoke sun screens for the aft outdoor eating area and sun covers for the front windscreen and top of the boat. She also has interior sun blinds throughout
Opening directly from the cockpit into the living room. This includes a comfortable settee, mahogany furniture and a retractable LCD TV. Also in this area is an extra fridge Wine cellar in the lounge area, separate from the fridge Towards the bow in the centre is the helm station with full electronics, a power chair with multiple adjustments for the drivers comfort, and a steel steering wheel The driver has access to an assisted electric locking drivers seat side door On the left side you descend the stairs to the galley Master bedroom with large classical bed, latex mattress and coconut slatted wooden ergonomic frames all with anti-mould coatings Large ensuite bathroom with basin, toilet, bidet to one side. The other side has the large walk-in shower room 2 double twin cabins with en-suite bathrooms. Both bathrooms have a basin, toilet and walk-in showers. Both cabins have portholes which open up onto the bathing platform All bathrooms have Bisazzo Mosaic tiling throughout, white ceramic bathroom furniture, sturdy but elegant stainless steel fittings, mirrors and mahogany cabinets, venetian blinds and Tecma electric flush toilets All rooms have controls (also remote controls) for air conditioning and heating. Opening windows have mosquito nets. All windows have venetian blinds and/or curtains
The galley has a hob cooker, oven, microwave, fridge and freezer Miele dishwasher Corian worktops From the galley there is a well lit mahogany corridor with access to two engine rooms and a cabinet with a Bosch washer dryer
Hydraulic bow thruster and sternthruster Mastervolt 16kw generator (240 hrs) Hydraulic windlass with a 35kg stainless steel anchor and 90m stainless steel chain Mastervolt chargers Mastervolt 2500w Invertor Auto fire extinguishing system in engine rooms Vetus dynamic stabilizer Air conditioning Central heating Large hydraulic aft swim platform which descends beneath the waterline to facilitate easy launching of the tender Besenzoni 5m long hydraulic gangway Phyton drive transmission system Searchlight Bilge alarm Cockpit shower Gel batteries Salt water hose Full cockpit cover, front deck and sofa
Full Raymarine instrumentation C120 Colour plotter Autopilot Radar VHF DSC Raymarine Track vision satellite system TV with sky box Wind instruments 2nd screen dedicated to raymarine radar Raymarine rudder Forward looking sonar interphase Bose lifestyle 18 system with 5 speakers in saloon
Williams 385 Jet Rib - Click here to reveal phone number -
hp Weber Capacity for 6 people in style and comfort Very easy launching and recovery using the hydraulic aft platform
Vesuvio is a stunning boat inside and out, robust as only the steel hulled boats can be but beautiful in her Italian design. She draws compliments everywhere we dock, she is unique (only 2 others were built but only Vesuvio has the Italian design interior).
We spent about 12 weeks last year between spring and summer exploring Naples, the Amalfi coast, Procida, Ischia and the stupendous Pontine islands. Sailing her has been a true delight and Deborah who in all our 20 years of sailing has rarely had the confidence to dock a boat - found that Vesuvio proved to be a “piece of cake” due to the aft and stern thrusters and responsive maneuverability. Additionally, she has an extremely comfortable motion at sea, enhanced by the hydraulic stabilisers which make a huge difference. The large island and hydraulic platform made raising and lowering the tender a breeze and added to the fun of our holidays by lowering partially into the water to create a submerged platform.
Life on the boat has also been wonderfully comfortable with beautiful and spacious bathrooms and walk-in showers, luxury extras and a kitchen like home! We sailed her to Pisa in September in difficult weather conditions but she was a dream, the steel
hull sliced through waves we wouldn’t have attempted had she been a different boat.
During the winter months we use her as our home away from home as the heating and comfort is so efficient. We now keep her in Pisa marina and are planning our next trip maybe Corsica and la costa esmeralda in Sardegna or Sicily’s Eolian islands.
Sadly our children are nearly all grown up and no longer want to spend extended holidays with us sailing and we have had to make the decision to downsize.
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. It is not guaranteed that the safety gear listed on the specification comes within the manufacturer's safety guidelines i.e. expiry dates and servicing and is therefore sold as is.
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