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Summer 2007

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Tigullio 33 Margherita

The design of new 33 metre motor yacht named "Margherita" is the outcome of a joint effort by the shipyard "Costruzioni Navali Tigullio" and Navirex an engineering and naval architecture company. It is now under construction at the ship yard based near Genoa. It's expected to be launched in 2008. The large yacht spreads over three and a half decks with ample space inside and outside, furnished elegantly and embellished by the owner's personal contributions to the décor. The lower deck hosts the yacht's sleeping quarters for both guests and crew. The former have two VIP cabins at full beam and two others with separate beds. whi crew members dispose of six berths and a small saloon. The owner's master cabin with an en-suite bathroom and walk in wardrobe is in a specific area of the bows on the main deck. Moving on towards the stern, the layout foresees a large well equipped galley, a service bathroom, a dining area for ten people and the main saloon comprising a lot of seating capacity as well as a card table and a multimedia control panel. On the outside of the said main deck one can enjoy navigating comfortably seated on a small sofa at the bows or in the cockpit where a large table and chairs welcomes open air lunches or dinners. Half a top deck above hosts the wheelhouse whereas the fly-bridge will have an ample space for the delectation of sunbathers, two saloons with "C" shaped sofas and another zone will be reserved for a tender of large dimensions.

For further information please contact: Costruzioni Navali Tigullio di Giovanni Castagnola; via dei Devoto, 223; 16033 Lavagna (GE), Italy; tel. +39. 0185 314396; fax +39 0185 360475; web site; e-mail

L.O.A.: 33.00 m
Beam: 7.30 m
Draught: 2.50 m
Unladen displacement: 145,000 kilos
Fully laden displacement: 195,000 kilos
Fuel tank: 40,000 litres
Water tank: 6,000 litres
Engines: 2x1,100 HP MAN D 2842 LE 410
Declared top speed: 15 knots
Declared cruising speed: 14 knots
Range at 12 knots: 2,500 nm
Construction material: steel and aluminium
Designed by: Castagnola and Navirex.