CHURRI Leopard (Arno)
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Built by Leopard Yachts in Arno in 2005, motor yacht CHURRI ( ex Africa Dream) is a great 27.00m (88' 7") vessel, refitted in 2020 and offering accommodation for 9 guests in 4 ensuite cabins. She has a professional crew of 3 ensuring great service with a friendly and professional approach.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF CHURRI: ~Refitted in 2020 ~Hosts up to 25 guests for dockside events ~Salon wet bar ~Abundance of indoor and outdoor seating ~Top speed of 35 knots ~Play station 4 with karaoke ~Close beach access using draft of only 1.8m/5.9ft ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
The outdoor social areas are designed for use throughout the day, with sun umbrellas and shades available. The lower deck swim platform provides a stable area to step into and disembark from the tender, and two staircases lead up to the main deck aft where two large plush sofas are placed around a coffee table to make a versatile space for alfresco dining and relaxation. The foredeck has a broad sunbed with a shade covering the head section so that a couple of guests can rest comfortably while enjoying the sweeping views.
|Beam:||6.00m (19' 8")|
|L.O.A.:||27.00m (88' 7")|
|Max Speed:||35 knots|
|Engines:||2x 2000 MTU|
|Cruise Speed:||28 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||family friendly yachts, Performance Motor Yachts|
|Builder/Designer:||Leopard (arno), Cantiere Navale Arno Srl|
|Locations:||Western Mediterranean, THE MEDITERRANEAN, Spain, Ibiza, Balearic Islands|
The lower deck hosts the guest and crew accommodation, with room for storing the water toys. On the main deck, the helm station is placed forward with a wet bar immediately behind to port and a cosy seating nook opposite with two small sofas either side of a table for reading, games and casual meals. A set of steps leads into the main lounging and dining area, where a sofa/bed is placed along the port side, while opposite there is a spongy C-shaped sofa and elevated table for group dining.
Twin 2000 MTU engines produce a maximum speed of 35 knots, a cruising speed of 28 knots and a range of 350 nautical miles.
While up to 12 guests can remain on board while cruising, the accommodation sleeps a maximum of 9 guests across 4 beautifully-appointed cabins: 1 Master suite, 2 double cabins and 1 twin cabin which has a Pullman berth. ~ The brightly lit Master suite has large windows and plenty of spotlights in the ceiling above the king-sized bed, the sofa and the desk/vanity. A widescreen TV is concealed in the cabinetry in front of the bed, the surroundings are fitted with plenty of storage, and the en-suite bathroom is furnished with a sink, toilet and shower. ~ The double cabins both have queen-sized beds, plenty of storage and a widescreen TV. The twin cabin has two single beds and a Pullman berth, with TV entertainment and plenty of storage.
Amenities and Extras
Tenders & Toys ~ Tender - Outboard Rib 9,9Hp 3,10m ~ 2x Inflatable Paddle Boards ~ 2x Seabob ~ 1x Jet ski (with licence only) ~ Donut ~ Wakeboard ~ Snorkel Equipment \ Communications: ~ Fixed and portable VHF / Navtex / AIS Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities BOSE HIFI / SATELLITE TV / Play Station 4 with karaoke
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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.