CARAMIA Leopard (Arno) Motor Yacht
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Motor Yacht CARAMIA is an open style Leopard (Arno) launched in 2008. This exciting yacht is elegant allowing a truly unique experience with a fast cruising speed.
NOTABLE FEATURES for CARAMIA: Performance planing hull design ~ On-deck salon and dining perfect for entertaining ~ Contemporary interior decor ~ Wifi
|Type/Year:||Leopard (Arno) Motor Yacht/2008|
|Max Speed:||39 knots|
|Engines:||2 MTU engines|
|Cruise Speed:||28 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||The Fastest Superyachts|
|Locations:||Thailand, Fiordland, Amalfi Coast, The French West Indies, THE MEDITERRANEAN, THE CARIBBEAN, Norway, Crete|
Motor Yacht CARAMIA is very light and spacious with a modern contemporary interior and excellent indoor-outdoor flow. Her main saloon with a retractable sunroof allows flexibility between casual daytime relaxation and elegant and formal evening dining. As with most Leopard Open Style Motor Yachts, the emphasis is on the indoor/outdoor flow and CARAMIA is no exception. With sunpads both forward and aft, guests will find plenty of space to relax and soak up the Mediterranean sun. A second salon on the lower deck offers a communal lounge area near the cabins and a cool respite from the heat outdoors.
CARAMIA offers comfortable accommodation for 6-8 guests in 3 cabins, modern entertainment and communication facilities and a great range of water toys. With her sleek lines, this yacht will certainly turn heads.
Fast cruising Leopard Motor Yacht CARAMIA comfortably accommodates 6 guests in 3 spacious cabins. The master cabins is equipped with a king sized bed, private ensuite and entertainment and music systems. The remaining two cabins are both twin cabins with two single beds in each, private ensuite and music system including ipod docking stations. Each twin cabin is also equipped with a Pullman bed to sleep up to 8 in total. These are mainly suitable for children.
Amenities and Extras
Tenders & Toys: Jet Tender Williams Turbojet 3m25 - 750 cc - 4 adults +1 driver 1 set of Waterskis for women and 1 set for men. 1 wakeboard 2 towable inflatable donuts Snorkeling equipment for adults and children 1 jetski SEADOO GTI WAKE 155hp 2 small seabobs which children can use too. A small selection of children's DVDs, drawing and coloring, board games. Separate saloon with large TV, entertainment system and seating. Twin cabins - starboard midship, with ensuite shower room, sky TV. All cabins equipped with USB connectors The main deck saloon is full beam, large window scan that is an ideal breakfast or cocktail area. At night it can be transformed into a formal dining area with 2 long tables. Retractable roof to create an open-air experience. Long cream sofas, teak decking and wooden paneling. One metre length flat screen TV, iPod docking station and fridge bar. Aft deck and bow features lounging pads, music system. Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities: Main salon: Flat screen TV, Satellite, DVD player, Bose sound system. Below deck -Cabins: Large flat screen TV, Satellite, DVD and Bose sound system. Wi-Fi- 4G internet All cabins fully cabins equipped with USB connectors
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Leopard Yachts (formerly Cantiere Navale Arno) history dates back to 1907, when the Picchiotti family founded the shipyard "Giuseppe Picchiotti and Sons". However, the shipyard which we know today under the brand Leopard Yachts, launched its first wooden boat in 1973.