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SUPERYACHT #9
Summer 2006

Article selected from our quarterly magazine dedicated to the largest and most luxurious boats with information, interviews, technical articles, images and yachting news


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PESARO SHIPYARDS
NAUMACHOS 82

The Naumachos 82 is the first of a series of small ocean going cruisers built by the Pesaro Shipyards, which has been better known to date, for its Merchant Ship production as opposed to that of recreational Crafts. In a time of merchant fleet conversion into recreational crafts, the Pesaro Shipyard has put its know how to good use by producing a boat from scratch to be aimed at that very market. The typical owner of a cruiser like Naumachos 82, is in fact a person who likes to be at sea all year round, who will dare aiming for places unknown risking encounters with rough waters. Therefore the Naumachos 82 is in effect a small ship. Designed for its engineering in collaboration with Hydro Tec Co. belonging to Sergio Cutolo who has already worked for important brand names such as Baglietto and Rodriquez, as well as Studio Faggioni for its styling and interiors. It has a steel hull and an Aluminium and Magnesium super-structure built in accordance with the recreational Craft Directive 94/25/CE and with the RSG guidelines. All possible technological sea-going aides have been fitted such as thrusters and zero-speed stabilizers; the internal and external appearance of the yacht has been visibly thought out with comfort and conviviality in mind using finishes only too suitable for yachts of this size. With regard to the layout of the interiors, the designers have opted for two solutions, one for charters for those wishing to use the boat in that sense and the other strictly for private cruising use. In the first configuration the project sports a VIP suite cabin in the bow below deck of generous proportions, plus four double cabins with private bathroom. On deck we have an area in the bows for the four men crew's quarters. The crew can also make use of a living area for relaxation and informal meals. We then come to a spacious galley, a dining area with an adjacent bar, the 'day time' bathroom and the main saloon fitted with an "L" shaped sofa a further sofa and a semicircular single seat. Still on the main deck , we find the cockpit fitted with table and seating for open air meals and cocktail parties. The top deck above houses, in this layout example, a modern and fully equipped control station, connected directly to the captain's quarters, and from which one can access a stern area which is fitted with chairs and deck chairs, with a tender and winch-group in the background.

The second configuration has enjoyed greater attention being paid to the common living areas. The first noticeable difference between the two versions, is apparent in the sleeping quarters which comprise a VIP bow cabin, two twin bed cabins plus an Owner cabin suite extending over the full beam amidships, complete with en-suite bathroom, relaxation area, vanity and dressing room. Up on deck, laundry quarters have taken the place of the crew's meals area, whereas the bar has become a reading corner. The semicircular seat in the saloon has given way to a multi-media cabinet. The external layout can also be set up for deep-sea fishing, comprising a bait tank and two sports fishermen chairs bolted to the platform a-stern. The control station area on the upper deck has enjoyed greater attention having abolished the captain's quarters in favour of comfortable seating for those wishing to enjoy the cruise from there. Staying on the upper deck, we can find a barbecue area and a small open air gym. The external appearance is that of an ocean- going explorer attracting the attention of those who know what it means to voyage all year round in all latitudes.

For further information: Pesaro Shipyards Strada tra i due Porti 48, 61100 Pesaro, Tel: +39 0721 42581, Fax: + 39 0721 24679, Web site: www.cnp.it

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Full Length: 24,50 m
Beam : 7,20 m
Draught : 2,30 m
Displacement: 115,240 Kg.
Displacement fully laden: 147,000 Kg.
Fuel Capacity: 30,000 Litres.
Water Tank Capacity: 4,000 Litres.
Engine: 550 HP Baudouin 6M 26 SR
Top Speed Declared : 11 knots
Cruising Speed: 9 Knots
Fuel range at Cruising Speed: 4,500 NM.