|Make||C.N. Yacht 2000|
|Naval Design||Umberto Felci|
|Class||Rina A (2021)|
|Hull material||Hybrid Infused epoxy|
|Engine||1 X 260 Hp Yanmar|
|Cruising speed||9 Knt|
|Max speed||11 Knt|
|Fuel tanks||1200 l|
|Fresh water tanks||1000 l|
- Mediterranean fast cruiser Umberto Felci Yacht Design
- Glass-kevlar-carbon composite construction
- Double aft entrance from manoeuvring cockpit
- Four cabins and four bathrooms
- Owner's stateroom to forward
- Yanmar 260hp engine
A Mediterranean-style fast cruiser designed by Felci Yachts and built at the former ICE Yachts, Blackoala is the last yacht in a five mini-series, created using state-of-the-art materials and techniques.
The hull and deck are made of composite materials with mixed glass-kevlar fibres impregnated with cold-laminated vinyl-epoxy resin and carbon reinforcements at the points of greatest stress.
Simple and efficient, the sail plan is consistent with the cruising vocation that belongs to fast cruisers.
The rig is slightly fractional with no overlap, and a retractable carbon bowsprit for a gennaker or a furling code zero complements the sailing equipment. Low displacement makes it possible to sail at excellent speeds, even in light winds.
Powered by Yanmar 260 hp
All available spaces have been meticulously taken advantage of in the design to offer maximum comfort to the owners, their guests and staff.
The contemporary design of the interiors is particularly spacious and bright, thanks to both the colours and materials used and the decision to leave the slope of the hull sides as visible as possible.
The bright saloon with its large portholes and side windows, together with its spaciousness and comfortable seating, is intended to offer the same comfort as in a home.
Blackoala is the only Felci 71 with an open stern. She has a high level of racing-style deck equipment, suitable for any sailing.
The deck has been customised to accentuate the sleek lines of the flush deck and is organised with two cockpits, one aft with the steering position and drop down to the chartroom and a guest cockpit amidships with access to the saloon, which features a large and ingenious foldaway table designed to leave the cockpit free of clutter when sailing
A generous sail locker in the bow and an opening stowage area with a bathing platform in the transom complete the yacht’s usability.
Internally the light oak interior with a satin finish is elegantly complemented by a dark planked floor.
The four-cabin layout features a master cabin that enjoys maximum privacy forward and the VIP cabin, opening directly onto the saloon aft.
The aft area has a separate entrance and two further cabins suitable for both guests and crew.