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Upgrades and Notable Features:
Upgrades and Notable Features:
About Leopard and the 31 Meter Range:
Motor yacht "FRIDAY" was built at the Arno Shipyard in Pisa, Italy. This esteemed yard was founded in the seventeenth century by the legendary Picchiotti family and ever since Leopard yachts have been renowned for their quality and sportsmanship. The hull is synonyms with performance and speed and they are recognized by the industry for their highly appreciated navigation qualities. "FRIDAY" was delivered in 2007 after being designed by Andrea Bacigalupo and represents hull number four of the Leopard brands stunning 31m range. "FRIDAY" carries a rare tradition of having held the same name on her transom since the day she was first delivered to her original owners and the next owner is more than welcome and even encouraged to keep that tradition going.
"FRIDAY" has an incredible charter history here in Miami, being caught after by both new and repeat guests alike, its often hard to find a slot. So, if you're looking for a vessel that has been well maintained, is fast and sleek and can help pay for some of her own expenses, look no further.
Exterior: The exterior profile is unmistakable. Stealthy angles and a low profile I've her a pronounced look for speed while her lines, windows and amenities scream sexy in a way that Italians are known for around the globe regardless of the product. Starting aft from the swim platform currently occupied by a jet ski we can take steps up either side to her cockpit. In doing so we pass her tender garage which opens up to find all the water toys and a Williams Jet Tender. The cockpit is a multi use area that primarily features a huge sundae and the yachts alfresco dinning location. Continuing forward to either port or starboard brings us to the yachts bow. The walk up is safe and comfortable when compared to her completion thanks to something more substantial than just waist level rails. Up front we have all her ground tackle for those nights on the hook or days at the sandbar. Turning and facing aft we see her mean and angular profile head one. Centerline is another huge sundae with easy to raise sunshade. heading back aft, take the counter balanced floor to ceiling sliding glass doors inside.
Salon: Her main saloon has been outfitted with a contemporary and sophisticated decor package from the factory. While a traditional teak and holly sole greets our feet, contrasting hi-gloss paneling white paneling dazzles the eyes shimmering from the daylight LED lighting recessed in stainless steel housings that are affixed to a white leather lined ceilings. It's a sheik and sexy modern look that is truly one of a kind. She has a (8) large skylight style windows overhead roof allowing for natural light to pour in the room should you so choose to have them in the open position. To port and starboard are sofas creating a wonderful conversation pit for entertaining. Heading forward is the yachts wet bar that features a fridge, ice maker, and a wine cooler. Concealed here is the salons 50" SONY TV that's controlled by an iPad. Just beyond this is the yachts helm station. Other highlights include:
Helm: The helm station is located all the way forward in the salon beyond the wet-bar with access to starboard. On proud display are (3) luxurious racing inspired bucket style helm seats. This yachts planing hull and three 1,800hp MTU diesel engines linked to triple KaMeWa water jets give her a cruising speed of 34 knots and a thrilling maximum speed of 37 knots.Forward is a stainless steel steering wheel that can only be described as cool.
Performance: "FRIDAY" is capable of achieving speeds in excess of 35 knots. Her design like a Leopards are intended to look sleek, handle with precision and exhilarate the soul by meeting your need for speed. Her Rolls Royce jet drives are nothing short of impressive and she can have you enjoying champagne soaked sunsets in Bimini in roughly an hour while reaching most other Bohemian islands in short order as well. This combined with her shallow draft and approximate range of 450 nautical miles make her the perfect package for a last minute weekend getaway throughout the beautiful island nation. A trek like this aboard most other yachts make these trips are impossible to undertake in short order.
Accommodations: In total she can accommodate (9) guests in (4) cabins consisting of a full beam master suite located amid ship, forward VIP suite and two cabins to port and starboard featuring a double berth in one and twin berth configuration with pullman in the other. Each room is equipped with flatscreen televisions and en suite bathroom facilities. These rooms are located via a staircase located forward and to starboard, just behind the helm chairs. The same decor pattern above decks is found here below. Real teak and holly floors are found underfoot nearly everywhere to keep the yacht theme going and it's coupled with white acrylic walls, white leather ceilings and stainless steel hardware to accent give a clean and modern look.
Heads: (5) total heads by TECMA
Located aft and to port is a second staircase that heads down to the galley and crew quarters with generous accommodations for up to (4) crew.
Engine Room: Her engine room is located aft of the crew quarters via a water tight door and is home to her generator and triple MTU motors. Its spacious inspire of having three engines making maintenance a breeze.
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. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.