Very well presented raised pilot house displacement boat with full time crew from 2004, refitted 2011/12, including painting the hull in the colour MOON DUST. Steel hull with aluminium superstructure, teak decks. Twin MAN 440hp diesel engines, bow thruster, stabilisers, 2 x generators, reverse cycle air conditioning, watermaker. Sleeps 8 guests in 4 cabins. Master cabin aft with central double, en-suite, 2 x twin cabins, en-suite, second double berth cabin forward with bathroom across the passageway. Crew accommodation for 3 in 2 cabins.
Spacious saloon with casual seating aft, dining area, galley, access to raised pilot house and flybridge. Full navigation instruments, entertainment equipment, safety gear, tender. In very good order.
Currently lying Montenegro and priced at 1,625,000 euros Tax paid.
BENETTI SAIL DIVISION RPH 82, 2004
Steel hull with aluminium superstructure. Teak decks and flybridge.
Access to flybridge from aft deck and wheelhouse.
New 7840 total pipework (fireproof) in engine room.
Major electrics revision 2011/12 as part of large refurbishment.
Complete hull paint including inside bulwarks, June 2012.
Twin MAN 440hp diesel engines, cruising at around 10 knots. Range of approximately 2,200 nm at 8 knots.
Engine hours since refit of 1,365 on the port engine and 1,365 hours on the starboard engine, at 04/17.
Fuel capacity of 23,400 litres
Water capacity of 4,600 litres
24v DC and 220v AC systems
2 x Kholer 28kw generators (2012) port hours 2576 and stbd 2749 hours
Batteries for engine, generator star and service batteries - 2012
Battery chargers – 2012 100a x 2, 60a x 1
Reverse cycle air conditioning – 2012, 120,000 BTU. Soft scroll start
Hot and cold pressurised water system
Watermaker 180 lph
New membranes x 3 July 2011.
Sleeps 8 guests in 4 cabins, master with double, 2 x twin cabins, 1 double. All cabins en-suite except for the forward double to starboard, which has facilities across the passageway.
Day heads on main deck.
Crew accommodation for 3 in 2 cabins.
Full navigational instrumentation
Simrad VHF radio
Furuno plotter, radar, depth
Fleet 55 satellite telephone
High level water alarms with auto pumping systems
Auto and manual fire extinguishing systems
2 x stockless anchors
Jet tender - 2012
Med-style boarding ladder
800kg Nautical Structures hydraulic crane on foredeck, 2012
New exterior cushion covers
New aft table and cover
New FB seating, table and covers
New internal carpets and over covers -
New saloon sofas and coffee tables
New panelling/headlining fabric in cabins
New marble tops in dining area
New dining table and chairs
New bamboo panel in dining area
New marble tops in master cabin
New isolation transformer
All new window blinds
New passarelle, shore and power controls
Bezenzoni helm seat on the bridge
New crew mess table
In excellent order, and kept to a high standard by her crew. Now Commercially coded for Charter.
“Laziza” under went a major re-fit during 2011/12. These works included a hull repaint from the original blue to the new colour of “Moon Dust”. This aesthetically modernised her exterior appearance. Other works included re-wiring of the ship and new 28kva gen sets, an upgrade from the factory fitted 17.5kva units.
The owner also decided to uplift the interior décor and made modifications to the saloon that effectively allowed more floor space. All the furnishings and fabrics were changed at that time. This theme was carried through to the forward dining area and cabins alike. The air conditioning system was also replaced throughout the vessel with a higher BTU specification.
On the theme of freeing up space, the decision was made to remove the crane from the flybridge. A new 800kg Nautical Structure crane was fitted on the foredeck. This not only made great improvements to the flybridge area, but also made launch and recovery of the new tender easier and safer, with the ability to deploy the tender to either side of the ship.
The list of further improvements goes on, the general idea of the re-fit being to make the ship both safer and more user friendly for both guests and crew. No expense was spared during this period.
This ship presents a unique opportunity to acquire a pedigree vessel with a Super yacht feel, that effectively comes under the 24m category..