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At first glance, there’s no doubting that this is a powerful sports cruiser with striking good looks. But the real attraction lies in its large, open cockpit that features a U-shaped seating and dining area. And if a refreshing dip in the water is called for, you can enjoy all the benefits of a large bathing platform that features a hydraulic hi-lo system. Moving through this sociable boat you will find a generously proportioned indoor seating area where you can simply open the retractable hardtop roof and direct the large side windows to gently drop down to create a wonderful alfresco environment, with the perfectly appointed galley being very much part of this enjoyable space. Below, you will find the stunning full-width master cabin and beautifully presented en suite. More akin to a boutique hotel room, they are both spacious and inviting. Each guest cabin also converts to a double and wherever you find yourself on the boat, when the going gets hot, you can all enjoy the refreshing benefits of chilled water air conditioning.
Volvo Penta D13
2012 380.00 HRS 900.00 HP
2012 380.00 HRS 900.00 HP
Stunningly beautiful exterior lines, proportions and styling give this muscular new sportscruiser an unequalled presence, both at sea and at rest, but the evolution that has taken place on board is even more noteworthy for the way it includes so many unique features. Take the single-level living and galley space for example - a mere button-touch starts a remarkable transformation as the huge roof glides smoothly open, you can also choose, as an option, to have side windows that retract and a patio door that completely withdraws, effectively converting the deck saloon into a magnificent open-air environment. The option of an integral powered sunshade provides protection for the aft cockpit seating, which, if you so choose, can also convert into a huge sunpad at the push of another button. Result? The flexibility to select your own onboard lifestyle and environment - smoothly, effortlessly - and almost instantly. Such pioneering design is in evidence everywhere, so the accommodation is superbly equipped and supremely luxurious, new standards of ‘biggest and best in class’ having been set throughout. The elegant swept staircase with its light and airy atrium - and utility area to one side - leads to a unique layout below deck. By locating the en suite forward of the master cabin, we’ve taken full advantage of the 58’s huge beam to create a stunning cabin for the owner that is the largest and lightest of any yacht in this class. And it’s not just the master cabin that will impress - the two sumptuously appointed VIP guest cabins also have spacious en suites, and both are convertible from twin to double cabins according to preference, while the lazarette, with its elegant transom glazing, can also be specified as an additional - and unusually light - cabin. With up to 38-knot performance and the peerless handling the world now expects, this stunning 58 is sure to become another landmark model in the illustrious Targa heritage.
Vessels is equipped with every option to include Salon Sunroof and automatic Powered cockpit sunshade, cockpit stowage chest / bench seat, teak cockpit table with electric sunbed conversion, cockpit bar pack: Bar unit with griddle icemaker and bin, safe with digital keypad to master cabin, timber venetian blinds to all cabins, skylight to master cabin, dishwasher to galley, extra fridge/freezer to lower lobby, and so much more.
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