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Summer 2007

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Tecnomar Velvet 90'

The Velvet 90' as a direct development of the Velvet 83', offers greater living space thanks to the extension of both length and beam. The design has remained faithful to the homely lines that trademark Velvets in general, the more extensive window panelling on the superstructure enhances indoor brightness, and in true Velvet tradition the interiors may be personalized both in terms of layout and choice of materials. Below deck, sleeping quarters only for the standard version of the 90' with the Master's cabin at full beam amidships, two twins and a VIP situated in the bow area, all cabins enjoy en-suite bathrooms. The crew's quarters lie between the Master's cabin and the engine room and include galley and mess area. The super structure above the main deck , hosts a modern a saloon which is fully fitted with the latest in media technology and luxurious seating to go with it. The external area of the same deck is dedicated to sunbathing both fore and aft and is consequently fitted with appropriate sun- pads. The stern deck area is also dedicated to open air dining. The stern bathing platform is of such generous proportions that it facilitates moving the tender somewhat easier as it is housed in the hangar accessed from the stern . Three different engine units may be chosen ranging from 2x1.670 HP up to 2x2.033 HP available with either prop, Arenson Drive or hydrojet transmissions with the exception of the intermediate 2x1.800HP engine which is only available with a traditional prop-shaft transmission.

For further information please contact: Tecnomar; p.zza M. D'Azeglio 22; 55049 Viareggio (LU); tel. +39 0584 392901; fax +39 0584 392902; web site:

Length over all: 27.00 m
Beam: 6.30 m
Draught: 1.50 m
Displacement: 50,000 Kilos
Fuel Tanks: 6,000 Litres
Water Tanks: 1,500 Litres
Engines: 2x1.670 HP CAT; 2x1.800 HP CAT; 2x2.033 HP MTU
Transmission: Prop; Arenson Drive; Hydrojets
Maximum speed declared 30 to 40 knots
Construction GRP.