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58018 Monte Argentario (GR) Italia

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58018 Monte Argentario (GR) Italia

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Castagnola 30 mt "GIAVA"

CNT Castagnola

Castagnola 30 mt "GIAVA"
950,000 EUR Vat not paid
Year 2001
Make CNT Castagnola
Naval Design CNT Castagnola
Interior Design Arch. Righini
Class Lloid's R100-A1 Crox Malta
Hull material Legno
LFT 30.00 m
Beam 7.60 m
Draft 2.30 m
Displacement 111000
Flag BVI
Engine 2X 1450 Hp Caterpillar
Cruising speed 20 knt
Max speed 24 knt
Fuel tanks 10000 l
Fresh water tanks 3000 l
Cabin: 5
Guests: 9
Crew: 2
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Castagnola 30 mt "GIAVA"
The 30 m motor yacht Giava was delivered in 2001 by the Italian shipyard CNT Castagnola to a design of Stefano Righini.

Since her launch, she has always been meticulously maintained and upgraded to perfection, showing now in immaculate condition.
Built of epoxy mahogany, the construction method in which the boatyard of Lavagna Italy actually specializes, she is powered by twin Caterpillar engines of 1,450 hp each, allowing a cruising speed of 20 knots and a maximum speed of 24.

Accommodation on board is for up to nine guests.
On the main deck the master suite and at the lower deck the VIP cabin, two twins, and a single cabin.
All staterooms have entertainment centres, plasma televisions, and en-suite bathroom facilities with a hot tub.
The salon offers comfortable seating on L- shaped settees while forward is a separate dining area for ten guests.
Crew quarters consist of two more cabins for a total of four staff members.The exterior areas and flybridge of Giava allow for ample space to both relax and play.
The covered dining area on the aft deck leads down, via two staircases, to the large aft swimming platform, a standout feature of the yacht.
The flybridge deck is furnished with two extendable sunbeds, bar, table for ten, sofas, and a large Jacuzzi spa tub while a small hardtop shelters the dining area.

Giava is Lloyd’s A1 Malta Cross and RINA classed

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