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58018 Monte Argentario (GR) Italia

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58018 Monte Argentario (GR) Italia

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Vallicelli 80 N-ICE

CN Yacht 2000

Vallicelli 80 N-ICE
1,900,000 Euro ex Vat
Year 2009
Make CN Yacht2000
Naval Design Andrea Vallicelli
Interior Design Andrea Vallicelli
Class A Ocean
Hull material Composite
Superstructure material Composite
LFT 23.80 m
Beam 6.02 m
Draft 3.50 m
Displacement 35.750 kg
Flag EU
Engine 1X320 Hp Cummins
Cruising speed 9
Max speed 11
Fuel tanks 2.715 l
Fresh water tanks 1.800 l
Cabin: 3
Guests: 7
Crew: 3
Cabine Equipaggio: 2
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Vallicelli 80 N-ICE
  • Third of a series of three
  • 2021 comprehensive refit
  • New bowsprit and anchor system
  • Engine and generators overhauled
  • Engine room re-insulated and painted
  • Rig, mast and equipment serviced
  • New glazing and seals for all hatches
  • New Miele appliances.
  • Sea Bob and diving equipment
  • Outdoor kitchen with grill and sauna
  • New external covers - cushions, bimini and lazy bag

Designed for extended voyages, with a double cockpit on a single deck level and a raised salon,
the project guarantees high daily averages and excellent performance even with a reduced crew.
Like all the yachts built by CN Yachts2000 Italian shipyard (current ICE Yachts),
N-Ice stands out for the care devoted to details and her comfortable and bright interiors.

N-Ice, the third and last in the Vallicelli Sloop 80 miniseries, has been equipped with every comfort, from a sauna to underwater lights.
An oversized garage under the aft deck allows the stowage of tender
as well as numerous water toys and diving equipment.

N-Ice has travelled the world to various latitudes. After years of sailing, the vessel underwent a major refit.
Today, N-Ice comes with completely overhauled and updated accessories and systems.

The large windows in the salon also extend to the ceiling, flooding the room with light and airiness, enhancing the alternation of cherry and wenge furniture.
The U-shaped dining area to the left is highlighted by the darker tones of the table and wall units. Opposite, additional seating areas form a comfortable relaxation zone with large sofas and ottomans.

A corridor leads to the forward section, dedicated to the owner and guests. The owner’s cabin is forward and the two guest cabins on either side are one double and one twin with a third berth.

Below the saloon there is good access to the engine room.
The galley is to starboard and is well equipped with Miele appliances and storage space.
A passage leads to port to the sauna and then to the crew quarters and navigation station aft.

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