The owner is willing to consider trade ins of motor boats up to 65 ft. recent builds and good condition.
MALVASIA is fully licensed for charter in Spain and there is some going concern.
This Ferretti Custom Line Navetta 2600 is a great example of what modern yacht architects are capable of by maximizing on space, light and comfort. Three “must have ingredients” in a successful holiday on board of a motor yacht. The styling is very easy to like and a viewing is highly recommended. The ultimate boat for a family and friends to enjoy. The Broker can provide a projection of charter income should a potential client be interested to reduce yearly running costs.
DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Speed / Weight
Hull & Deck
FERRETTI CUSTOM LINE
Coast Guard #:
Guest SR/S: 5/12
- Crew R/B/S: 2/4/4
86' 0" (26.22m)
22' 9" (6.93m)
7' 4" (2.22m)
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Cruise Speed Range:
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2 MAN 900 HP, 8 cylinder, 2949 hours, December 2016
Engine model 2007, with a rating of Kw662 @ 2.300RPM.
Consumption per motor @ 11 knots cruising speed at 1800 RPM is 75 litres/hour
Consumption per motor @ 12 knots, maximum speed: 140 litres
The range is 1.500 NM @ 10 knots.
Controls for the main engines, stern and bow thrusters are at both wing stations, bridge and aft deck.
12.400 litres of Diesel in two tanks, located next to the engine room.
The fuel reaches the main engines and generators through gravity. Automatic and manual valves, all piping is PVC.
1.800 litres of fresh water tanks, below the waterline in the middle of the boat.
2 Kohler generators, 3 phase, 27Kw 49 Amp.
These work at 230/400 watt.
Hours worked to date: Port – 5376 Starboard – 5370 ( December 2016 )
One black & grey and one black water tank. Both exit at the stern.
Top Climate with four compressors in the engine room
Two Idromar water makers producing 130 litres/hour each, are located in the aft lazarette space adjacent to the engine room. In this space we also find the Air compressor and fire extinguishing panel.
One bow and one Stern anchor winch.
Two Lofrans electric anchor winches, Lofrans Ervole vertical, 3.500 W / 24 V.
Two steel anchors, each 98 Kg, with 60m and 90m chains. Renewed 2015 autumn.
Two deck wash outlets via a Gianeschi 12v and 220 w pumps.
Hot and cold shower on the aft deck.
One large and one table size fridge
2m. high freezer
5 burner, electric Bosch gourmet oven and hob.
Fitted cutlery and crockery for 12
Bosch Maxx7 sensitive Dryer.
Bosch Maxx7 washing machine.
Seating for 4 crew, + TV.
Gyro Mitsubishi stabilizers, placed between the two main engines.
Trac stabilizers, on both sides of the engine room below waterline,
These start to become active when moving at speeds in excess of 4 knots.
Last service March 2014.
Main engine: 4 batteries, 180 A/hr, 12v
Service: 12 batteries, 180 A/hr, 12v
Generator: 2 Batteries, 180A/hr, 12v
Brands are Fiamm and Yuasa.
Mastervolt battery charger
Nominal output 12v
Total charge current 60A
2 battery outlets
Charge current second output 3A
Battery capacity range 120-600 Ah
Nominal input voltage 230V (50/60 Hz)
Supplies system without battery
Display/read-out LED display
One American Bowthruster version 6.99.1 and Stern thruster system, hydraulic: PTO on starboard generator, both only act when working below 800 Rpm.
Two life rafts, each for 8 pax. 12/2007.
Automatic engine room fire extinguisher system
14 fire extinguishers distributed over the boat.
Zodiac 4.20m. tender, with Yamaha outboard of 50 Hp, original with the boat.
Bezenzoni extendable 650Kg crane on top aft deck.
Extendable hydraulic gangway.
All standard listed equipment plus below.
Master Screens with 12nm radar, GPS
Geonav Multi Navionics Charts.
Raymarine C125 Plotter
2 x Simrad RS 82 dVHF, multi Station radio,
Furuno nav net plotter
CCTV camera’s, in the engine room, aft deck and foredeck.
Panasonic, internal telephone system to all cabins.
Sony Barcia flatscreen TV
Raymarine CE7 in captain’s cabin.
Master stateroom located on the main deck with en suite shower room with two shower heads. Separate bidet and WC space.
The lower deck accommodates two double bedded cabins with en suite bathrooms with stall shower and two twin bedded cabins with en suite bathrooms, plus each has a Pullman bed.
Walk through and broker comments:
We enter MALVASIA from the quay on the hydraulic retractable gangway. Below we see a great big bathing platform, teak laid.
We arrive to the aft deck that is spacious and has on both sides the hidden mooring winches and cleats that Ferretti became famous for in the 90’s.
In the aft part of the superstructure on port side there is a station to dock the boat, both main engine controls, bow and stern thruster controls.
A large sofa, rattan chairs and a large table are inviting for al fresco dining, covered from the sun.
The large glass door on port side that faces the aft deck leads to the main salon. The luxurious low style interior with wooden floor and blond teak paneling is really inviting. On starboard there is a large U shaped sofa with grey/cream colored leather upholstery. This sofa faces a large popup TV on port side. Just forward of this lounging area is a large smoke glass table with a same color leather covered structure beneath, surrounded by eight comfortable chairs in the same styling.
The large windows are a fabulous feature and one is immediately surprised by how much light comes into this interior. The entire length of the port side of salon works as a “side board”.
MALVASIA has the advantage of having just one interior steering position, in the upper wheel house. The freed up space is utilized for the galley. From the galley a staircase leads to the crew area forward on the lower deck.
The master cabin is forward of the galley a comfortable distance to the salon.
The master cabin shows large windows on both sides, again an abundance of light and obviously this cabin is great to enjoy the scenery in superb comfort. On starboard there is a large bathroom with a stall shower outboard and bidet and WC behind it. Also here a door separates this area. Another great idea.
The large owner’s bed on the center line is facing aft. A TV, stereo equipment, vanity / desk complete this cabin. Light fittings are brushed stainless steel.
This cabin is beautifully detailed and all paneling and styling comes back in the rest of the boat.
Galley and crew. There is a watertight door that leads to the starboard side decks. Opposite of the galley on port side is a day pantry and a second door to the side deck. The crew seating is located in the galley area. A staircase leads down to the crew area. MALVASIA accommodates up to four crew in two upper / lower cabins, each with their own WC and one shower. The washing machine and separate dryer are installed in the corridor to the crew cabins.
From that hall between galley and port side door we find a spiral staircase that leads up to the bridge with a really nice seating area, aft of the controls, captains chair and all the electronics.
The window aft of the seating area can be raised electrically and the large glass door separates the aft deck from the pilot house. This is nice if one wants to drive in bad weather but also good for privacy. The aft deck offers a great seating arrangement, grill, hand wash basin and ice maker. Two stainless steel chromed poles aft of the seating arrangement support a Bimini.
Below the main deck Malvasia can sleep as many as ten people in two equal size double bedded guest cabins and two equal size twin bedded guest cabins. These two again offer a Pullman each. The total of guests that this boat can carry is twelve in comfort which makes her the ultimate charter yacht.
Each cabin has TV, a radio, intercom and a nice en-suite bathroom.
MALVASIA is a great example of what modern yacht architects are capable of by maximizing on space, light and comfort. Three “must have ingredients” in a successful holiday on board of a motor yacht. The styling of Malvasia is very easy to like and a viewing is highly recommended. The ultimate boat for a family and friends to enjoy. The Broker can provide a projection of charter income should a potential client be interested to reduce yearly running costs.
WINTER WORKS PLANNED FOR 2017
New galley appliances such as the oven, extractor and induction cooking plate.
Replacement of the galley's wooden floor.
Shipyard works including cleaning of the hull and anti fouling paint
New engine on the bow-thruster.