Navetta 33 DP

The Navetta 33 model is characterized by the outstanding liveability of its interior spaces. It is a displacement yacht with a steel hull and light alloy superstructures.The shipyard has flanked its traditional production of wooden yachts with a steel-hulled displacement yacht with light alloy superstructures called the Navetta 33. It is a classic thirty-three metre yacht that was on display in all its elegant grandeur at the Genoa International Boat Show in October 2009. In addition to its notable visual impact, enhanced by its snow-white livery, this double-deck model shows off some interesting design solutions. The exterior lines stand out for the large flybridge, which gives the impression it travels the boat from bow to stern with the sole interruption, amidships, of the impressive command bridge and the streamlined aft area.

The classic design of the exterior lines is echoed by the stylishness of the interiors, beautified through extensive use of cherry and briarwood inlaid work.

The floors are done in parquet and all the finely furnished rooms make for extremely pleasant stays on board.

The main deck gives access to the living area, which is spacious and complete with all the conveniences. Through a corridor, where a service bathroom is also located, one reaches, forward, the owner’s suite, served by a private bath with a separate shower, that is characterized not only by exceptional liveability but also by the refinement of the furnishing materials. Although it represents one of the distinctive signs of boats built by Giovanni Castagnola, one is pleasantly impressed by the large spaces below deck that characterize the two double cabins and the various cabins for guests, all completely furnished and equipped with private baths. With separate access, the part in the bow is reserved to the crew, who have three cabins with baths available, in addition to a practical dinette and a functional, fully-equipped galley.

A wide range of personalization and customization possibilities are offered for the interiors. The layouts can be chosen by the owner and executed directly by the shipyard’s expert craftsmen, with regard to both the technical aspects and the furnishings.

The onboard amenities and the systems and installations are top quality, making the Navetta 33 excellent for long cruises. Thanks to the ergonomics of the helm console and to the careful work on optimizing the hull and the propulsion system, navigation is simple, safe and comfortable. And if all this weren’t enough, Costruzioni Navali Tigullio has added stabilizers for use while sailing and at anchor, in addition to a sophisticated air conditioning system, a bow thruster and two 220 litre/hour water-makers.

The Navetta 33 was built under the supervision of the Italian Register of Shipping (RINA), with Short Range Charter and Comfort Class notations.

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