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Although wood is not a material typically associated with modern luxury yachts, the shipyard has combined it with advanced carbon composites. Being the first ever yacht to be built with this particular technique, the WB40 ′ Classic features a hull and deck made of mahogany and carbon fiber plywood, which are joined together using an epoxy vacuum method. This means that it is strong, light and fast on the water, but elegant and refined when docked on the pier.There are three separate sun decks, one of which is on top of the deckhouse, as well as a large double bed and a bathroom with shower. Up to 14 guests can sit on board and there is also a kitchenette where you can prepare snacks and cocktails.Perfect for weekend trips, the ship boasts a deep V hull designed for water jet propulsion, together with the latest generation joystick controls that promise to transform any beginner into a real captain.The ship is powered by two 420 hp Yanmar engines which offer a top speed of 40 knots and a cruising speed of around 36 knots.
April 2020 © Mediterranean Yachting Magazine
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