2003, Vismara V54, "Brighella"
Price: € 500000
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Features Manufacturer: Vismara (Viareggio) Designer: Alessandro Vismara Type: Marconi Sloop Dimensions LOA: 16.50 m Beam: 4.40 m LWL: 10.50 m Maximum draft: 3.70 m Displacement: 12 tons Sail Area: 167 sqm Sails Genoa light Genoa medium Genoa heavy Mainsail Gennaker light Gennaker medium Electronics GPS Cockpit speakers Log VHF Radar Detector Automatic pilot Repeater (s) Radar Wind station Plotter Equipment Furling boom Sea water pump Oven Freezer Marine toilet Electric bilge pump Fridge Battery charger Manual bilge pump Water maker Hot water Generator Inverter
The Vismara 54.02 is designed for easy sailing and reduced crew handling. The use of high quality materials and technologies guarantees reliability, great marine capabilities and easy maneuverability as well as lightness, synonymous with safety and performance. Hull and deck are made of carbon fiber and epoxy resin, vacuum laminated and post-cured at 60 ° for 12 hours, obtaining a displacement of approx. 12,000 kg. The mast, boom and chainplates are in carbon fiber. Teak is vacuum consolidated, deck is characterized by an open stern and double helming position with integrated composite pedestals. All maneuvers are fitted in the deck thickness and assisted by the 4 electric winches in the cockpit; the hatches are flush-deck. The transom door allows the stowage of the tender; the sliding gangway, carbon, is integrated to the stern on the left side of the transom. The anchor arm, in carbon, is folded down in the bow locker. All composite, structures, hull, and bulkheads have been painted with epoxy filler and polyurethane varnish. The volume layout features a sail locker, the owner cabin with a separate shower and bathroom by a crystal door, two guest cabins with a shared bathroom in the center. The kitchen is covered in steel in order to respect the idea of a boat characterized by clean but sporty and practical lines. The systems are definitely a point of honor for the Vismara 54 which is equipped with a pack of gel batteries (600 amps for services and 100 for engine). Are you interested? Write us!

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