Monday, June 21, 2010

40M World Cruising Yacht

The timeless exterior styling of this world-class cruiser displays features that appeal to a wide range of yacht owners and admirers, with clean lines and a pleasing simplicity. Large working and lounging cockpit areas provide plenty of outdoor space for crew and guests to enjoy comfortably.

All deck equipment is powered by a robust hydraulic system, and centrally controlled from the port and starboard steering stations aft. The vessel is also well-equipped for outdoor activities - including a scuba diving station, lazarette garage, foredeck dinghy well, and powered fold-down transom and swimming platform.

Accommodation spaces below are geared toward entertaining and cruising enjoyment. Entering the deckhouse through the spacious pilothouse are a dining settee to port and a cocktail area to starboard, which act as an extension of the outdoor cockpit and increase the space available for outdoor entertaining. The pilothouse also includes an over-sized vessel control station and chart table, so guests can participate in the technical operations of the vessel if desired. At the bottom of the pilothouse is the expansive main salon with formal dining area for eight guests, a large full-service bar, and seating area surrounding the inviting wood-burning or gas fireplace.

Aft of the main salon are the large VIP stateroom and study, which can also be converted into an additional guest cabin. The spacious full-beam owner's stateroom provides the privacy and comfort an owner desires when living aboard his yacht on extended cruises. Forward of the main salon are two additional guest cabins with options for queen or double berths.

Beyond the guest living spaces and accommodations are the ship's office, well-suited for all operations aboard a vessel of this size, and large service galley, with enough storage and counter space for the preparation of sophisticated or simple meals for the guests and crew.

Crew accommodations at the bow include a comfortable dining settee and wet bar, as well as quarters for four crew and a queen cabin for the captain.

Length Overall: 132'-3"
Length Waterline: 108'-0"
Beam: 27'-11"
Draft: 12'-2"
Sail Area: 7060 sq.ft.
Displacement: 410,000 lbs

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