This motor yacht GIAVA is a 30 metre 98 (foot) well sized wooden vessel which was manufactured at struzioni Navali Tigullio and conceived in the office of Tigullio and Studio Spadolini. Sleeping 8 guests and 4 qualified crew, motor yacht GIAVA was previously called Grace G. The firm of naval architecture whom authored her drawings with respect to this ship is Tigullio and Studio Spadolini.
Tigullio was the naval architecture company involved in the technical superyacht plans for GIAVA. Tigullio and Studio Spadolini is also associated with the yacht general design work for this boat. Italy is the country that struzioni Navali Tigullio completed their new build motor yacht in. After her official launch in 2001 in Lavagna the boat was released to the proud new owner having completed sea trials and testing. The main hull was crafted from wooden. The motor yacht superstructure component is fabricated largely with wood. With a width of 7.6 metres or 24.93 ft GIAVA has reasonable room.
Her total HP is 2800 HP and her total Kilowatts are 2088.
The good sized luxury yacht motor yacht GIAVA can accommodate a total of 8 passengers in addition to 4 crew.
The main engines are two 1400 Horse Power / 1044 Kilowatts Caterpillar. The Model type is 12V 3412 diesel. - Total engine power output 2800 HP /2088 KW. - Approximate Cruise Speed is 20 nautical miles per hour. - Fresh water: unknown. - Beam: 7.6m/24.93ft.
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