Built in Netherland by the famous Van Der Beldt shipyards in 1973 and designed by well-known designer Henry Baars for her first American owner, is called "Joy" and she made his first ocean crossing from Netherland to the United States, in 1986 purchased by a French shipowner becomes "Allegra" and was back to Europe, this new owner made the upper deck in teak and new wood interior furnishings. At the end of 2004 she was purchased by its current Italian owner that continues to maintain in full splendor and a General engines refitting was done by the best Gardner mechanic of south Europe who had always serviced these engines and that will follow the regular maintenance, the following works are carried out in the following years:
2005-2006 installation of parquet flooring throughout the living area, overhaul engines, repainting the white 150 kg total replacement chains and anchors, stainless steel and teak walkway and installation of a new Royal Flush.
2014 is mounted the generator again and check the thickness with its expertise, bimini top and overhauled the injectors and the heads of the engines.
2016 are turned down the mattresses of the crew quarters and installed the new watermaker and wrapped Blue hull, and the cushions.
2017 are reviewed, balanced and Polish propellers, shafts and new rudders, the doors of the side deck are serviced in mahogany as is the washboard.
The cruising speed is about 9.5 knots in 950 rounds with a consumption of approximately 32 l/h, the 27kw Onan generator (from 2014) consumes about 6 l/h, the maximum speed 11 knots at 1100 RPM.
Starting from 2011 this vessel spend every winter ashore in shipyard, where she currently is.
Equipped with every comfort she has a Boston 15 from 2015 as tender with a Mercury 40 Hp. and a Seadoo 400 Jet Ski since 2008, a new Seafari watermaker 180 l/h was fitted in 2016.
LAYOUT: six beds in three cabins, a full beam master aft cabin, two double guest cabin and 4 beds in the crew area: a single captain cabin, a 2 double beds at bow more a 4th bed in the antrance of the crew area, on the main deck the modern light wood saloon, steel kitchen and the dining area at the bow.
Possible transformation in 4 or 5 cabins for charter use to reach 8 or 10 beds!!!
VAT paid, we evaluate trade-ins with craft less than or equal to 50% of the price and no longer than 18 Mt