Article selected from our quarterly magazine dedicated to the largest
and most luxurious boats with information, interviews, technical
articles, images and yachting news
FAVARO YACHT PREMIERE 90'
After introducing the recently completed 70 footer and starting production on the second yacht of the same model, Favaro Yacht has closed a contract for the production of the Premiere 90'. Wooden yachts have been part of the Yard's tradition for a long time, a production choice which can today avail itself of materials and technology which can provide boats that have nothing in common with the wooden yachts of a few decades ago, other than the true advantages offered by the use of wood. Favaro Yacht in fact produces its yachts using "wood epoxy" technology both for the hull and the superstructure. This gives structural advantages, control over weight distribution and durability qualities which cannot be compared to any other building method. Practically speaking, the method provides the possibility to combine the better characteristics associated to wood including its undoubted warmth and opposing these to the negative aspects of using it which mainly relate to its maintenance. This philosophy befits the entire Favaro Yachts production and the Premiere 90' will naturally follow the same path. The design was produced in conjunction with the Yard and the Dutch architect Ginton , who developed two different solutions for the waterlines: a displacement model like the one currently in production, and a semi planing one .The first 90 footer currently being built has been commissioned by a German client who will take delivery by the end of 2008. He has requested four interior cabins with en-suite bathrooms and a double stern cabin for the crew. The design develops over two fly-bridges where the lower deck hosts the sleeping area for the owner and his guests and the main deck above it is comprises the dining and living areas as well as the wheel house centrally situated a-fore. The owner insisted for a spacious cockpit to be placed directly behind it and that this should connect to the generously proportioned stern wheelhouse through two side stairs. The gangways and sun-bathing areas also offer ample space a-fore. The fly-bridge of course includes all the necessary instrumentation to manoeuvre and steer the yacht as well as two opposing sofas, a Jacuzzi, a tender area and access stairs. This semi-custom yacht allows the owner to choose just about everything including the hull composite.
For further information please contact Favaro Yacht; Via Casotti 66/a; 31032 Casale sul Sile (TV) Italy; tel. +39 (0) 422 821988 fax +39 (0) 422 781777; e mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; web site: www.favaroyacht.com.