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Spring 2007

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Italcraft 105'

Italcraft, following the launch of its "Maxidrago 95" model in 2005, has announced the imminent marketing of a new 105 footer in association again with the Architect Gianluca Caputi. The two models have an exalting performance in common. The 105' reaches peaks of 40 knots thanks to a meticulous balance between hull and thrust factors delivered by powerful MTU engines. The design is sporty, modern and sleek just like the Maxidrago's, in fact, whilst the increase in dimensions has naturally allowed for larger more comfortable spacious interiors. The owner's master cabin has its own private parlour and "media centre" whilst, of the remaining three guest cabins below deck, one is a Vip suite and all have double berths and of course, an en suite bathroom. The crew's quarters are clearly separated and are complete of a galley and saloon. On the main deck, above, there is a large dining area for the owner and his guests, a saloon and the wheelhouse. Ample space is to be found on the outside too where an area of about 50 square metres hosts ample sunbathing space at the stern, a saloon fitted out with encased seats and cushions overlooking a Jacuzzi. The cockpit sports an additional sun bathing area, a dining table for eight to ten, a bar cabinet with a built in fridge, and a barbecue. Bad weather conditions are not a problem for the cockpit area since it has a hard top cover that slides over it to shelter it, from the sun too, on requirement.

For further information please contact: inRizzardi, via Migliara 51 N°6, 04010 Sabaudia (LT), Tel. +39 0773 532025, Fax. +39 0773 531093. Web page: E mail:

L.O.A.: 31. m
Beam: 7.56 m
Draught: 1.15 m
Fuel tank : 10,000 litres
Water tank: 1,500 litres
Displacement: 82,000 kg
Engines: 2x2.400 HP MTU Surface Drive
Declared top speed: 40 knots
Declared cruising speed: 35 knots.