COOL BREEZE a Brenta 80DC Superyacht built by Michael Schmidt Yachtbau
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COOL BREEZE Specifications
|Type/Year:||a Brenta 80DC Superyacht built by Michael Schmidt Yachtbau/2015|
|Engines:||1xYanmar (4LHA-STP) 240hp|
|Builder/Designer:||Luca Brenta, David Chipperfield, Michael Schmidt Yachtbau|
|Locations:||South East Asia, Dubrovnik, Ibiza, Anegada, St Barts, Solent, Finike, Sardinia|
Brenta 80DC sailing yacht COOL BREEZE is an eye-catching 24-metre vessel, built by Michael Schmidt Yachtbau at their Greifswald shipyard in Germany in 2015. Magnificently penned by Brenta Design in partnership with architect Sir David Chipperfield, superyacht COOL BREEZE mixes up simplicity and performance, with leading-edge carbon technology, artisan design and true craftsmanship.
Powered by a single Yanmar (4LHA-STP) 240hp diesel engine, luxury yacht COOL BREEZE is a beautiful build of the highest quality that effortlessly blends simplicity and performance to create a thoughtful, and thoroughly enjoyable, owner-focused yacht.
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Amenities and Extras
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