LIBRA Y Cantieri di Pisa | From EUR€ 79,000/wk

42m Classic Picchiotti luxury motor yacht with accommodation for 11 guests

LIBRA Y Cantieri di Pisa | From EUR€ 79,000 /wk

Built by the Italian shipyard Cantieri di Pisa in 1977, Motor yacht LIBRA Y (Ex Solitaire of the Isles) was refitted in 2016. Measuring 42,5m (139,5ft), she can accommodate 10 charter guests, in 5 spacious cabins.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF LIBRA Y: On deck master stateroom ~ Good assortment of guest amenities ~ Two salon spaces ~ Large guest cabins ~ Onboard scuba diving

Stepping inside the yacht invites guests into a spacious light and airy ambience. On the main deck is a large salon lounge, featuring relaxing sofas, occasional chairs, ottomans and coffee tables. Further forward is a day head, followed by the full beam master stateroom. There is an upper sky lounge with seating, tables and a day head. Both the salon and the upper lounge have direct access to the exterior decks, making them each ideal for entertaining and socializing. On the lower deck are an additional 4 guest cabins, all of which boast private en-suite facilities.

LIBRA Y Specifications

Type/Year:Cantieri di Pisa/1977 
Beam:7.55m (24' 9") 
L.O.A.:42.50m (139' 5") 
Max Speed:18 knots 
Engines:2x MTU 652TB 12V 2000HP 
Cruise Speed:15 knots 

There are plenty of exterior deck areas to enjoy. The main deck wraps around the yacht and provides direct access to foredeck. On the aft section is an alfresco dining table with seating for 10 and a comfortable exterior lounge. Partial shade is available from the upper deck’s overhang. Forward on the main deck is a raised sunpad space. Adjacent to the skylounge is a sundeck, offering seating, sunpads and partial shade. The top deck is a sunlovers paradise, featuring a private sunning area with generous sunpads.

LIBRA Y is fitted with dual MTU 2000hp engines, she has cruising speeds of 15 knots and top speeds of 18 knots.

Yacht Charter Accommodation

Guest accommodation is in 5 well-appointed and spacious ensuite cabins. The master is on the main deck forward of the salon, with a full beam layout and large marble ensuite. Below decks are 2 double cabins, 1 twin cabin and 1 bunk cabin.

Charter Amenities and Extras

Tenders & Toys: ~ Tender rib Oceanic 5.9m with outboard 115HP Yamaha ~ Tender 5.2m Boston Whaler with 100HP Yamaha ~ 2 x Kayaks ~ 2 x Stand-up paddle ~ 1 x Swimming platform ~ Water ski (1 pair for adults - 1 mono ski) ~ 1 x wakeboard men ~ 1 x wakeboard women ~ 2 x Tubes ~ 1 x Banana ~ 1 x Seabob ~ Snorkeling equipment ~ Scuba diving equipment for 3 certified divers. ~ She has a padi certified guide crew member who can accompany the divers. // Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities: ~ Home theater system in maser cabin and salon ~ LCD TV ~ Blue-ray DVD ~ Entertainment systems in all cabins, sat phone/fax, internet, satellite tv, SA tel. ~ Satellite TV // Communications: ~ 5G Internet with antenna booster ~ Sat phone/fax // Gym equipment: ~ Yoga mats ~ Weights

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EUR€ 79,000 - 89,000/wk
EUR€ 79,000/wk

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