|Naval Design||Andrea Vallicelli|
|Interior Design||Andrea Vallicelli|
|Engine||1X320 Hp Cummins|
|Fuel tanks||2.715 l|
|Fresh water tanks||1.800 l|
- 2021 comprehensive refit
- Rebuilt teak deck
- Hull and superstructure repainted
- Engine room re-insulated and painted
- Engine and generators overhauled
- Rig review
- Mast and deck equipment serviced
- New glazing and seals for all hatches
- New Miele appliances.
- Williams dinghy, Sea Bob and diving equipment
- Outdoor kitchen with grill
- New external covers - cushions, bimini and lazy bag
Designed for long cruises, with a double cockpit on a unified deck level and raised salon only a few steps down, the design guarantees high daily averages and excellent performance even with a reduced crew.
Like all the yachts built by the Italian shipyard, Ladisea stands out for the care devoted to details as well as for her comfortable and bright interiors.
Ladisea, the third and last in the Vallicelli Sloop 80 series, has been equipped with every comfort: from a sauna to underwater lights.
At the stern, an oversized garage allows the stowage of a Williams tender
as well as numerous water toys and diving equipment.
Ladisea has travelled around the world in various latitudes. After years of extensive sailing, the vessel underwent a major refit in 2021. Today Ladisea is presented for sale with new paintwork for the hull, mast and interior, new deck teak and completely overhauled and updated systems.
The thorough refit makes for Ladisea to sail again worldwide safely and comfortably.
In the saloon, a large glazing area extends to the ceiling, flooding the room with light and giving a light and airy effect to the alternation of cherry and wenge wood furnishings.
The U-shaped dining area on the left is distinguished by the darker tones of the table and the hanging storage units.
Opposite, additional seating forms a comfortable relaxation area with large sofas and ottomans.