ATHOS Leopard (Arno) | From EUR€ 63,000/wk

Sporty 32m motor yacht with an open-style design
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ATHOS Leopard (Arno) | From EUR€ 63,000 /wk

Motor yacht ATHOS (ex Lis, Ebony) is a 32.00m (105') luxury vessel built in Italy by the shipyard Leopard in Arno. She was launched in 2011 and refitted in 2022, offering accommodation for up to 11 guests sleeping in 5 cabins, as well as a professional and friendly crew of 4.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF LIS: ~Refitted in 2022 ~Flybridge Jacuzzi ~Media lounge ~Main salon wet bar ~Abundance of sunbathing areas ~Top speed of 38 knots ~Close beach access using a shallow draft of 1.2m/3.11ft ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi

EXTERIOR

Two stairways connect the lower deck swim platform to the main deck aft, where there is a sunbed facing out across the stern, and a forward-facing sofa along with a raised table and movable chairs to make an alfresco dining area. Side walkways lead around to the foredeck, where broad sunbeds cover the section in front of the raised pilothouse.

The flybridge has an abundance of sunbathing options: The aft sunbed head section is shaded by the structure supporting the communications mast. The Jacuzzi is hidden beneath the central sunbed, and a bimini shade can be pulled over this section to ensure its use throughout the day. Sun loungers are placed amidships and the forward section has the outdoor helm controls where guests can sit in the sunshine while at anchor.

INTERIOR

The lower deck layout places the guest accommodation forward with the crew accommodation amidships, accessed through a separate stairway to increase guest privacy in their own section. Behind is the engine room, with the tender garage in the stern.

On the main deck there is a forward media lounge with a widescreen TV forward and a C-shaped sofa and drinks table. The forward windshield acts as a skylight for this area, providing a cosy and private area for conversation and relaxation while enjoying plenty of natural light.

ATHOS Specifications

Type/Year:Leopard (Arno)/2011 
Refit:2022 
Beam:7.35m (24' 1") 
L.O.A.:32.00m (105') 
Crew:5 
Guests:11 
Max Speed:38 knots 
Cabins:5 
Engines:3 x MTU 16V2000 M92 
Cruise Speed:30 knots 

Steps lead up to the raised pilothouse, behind which is a large wet bar to serve refreshments to guests throughout the day. A forward-facing L-shaped sofa and two drinks tables are placed to port, while to starboard a long and deep sofa that doubles as a day bed hugs the wall beneath the windows. Just before the aft glass sliding doors, there is a staircase to port down to the crew accommodation, while to starboard is the staircase up to the flybridge.

Triple MTU 16V2000 M92 engines produce a top speed of 38 knots and a cruising speed of 30 knots.

Yacht Charter Accommodation

The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 11 guests over 5 en-suite cabins.

Charter Amenities and Extras

~ tender~ 2 x inflatable SUP~ 2x seabobs ~ 1x canoe ~ a wide range of towable toys ~ 2x Water skis ~ 1x wakeboard ~ snorkeling equipment

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EUR€ 63,000 - 78,000/wk

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.

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