In 2010, work on the three yachts currently under construction at the Eurocraft shipyards will be brought to completion. They include a 42-metre and two 44-metre vessels, all fully custom-designed in keeping with the Eurocraft philosophy: “to make your dreams come true”.
Since 1989, the company has been building custom yachts to order, putting the shipyard’s sophisticated knowledge and skilled experts at its customers’ disposal to create one-of-a-kind, made-to-measure vessels.
In addition to a 30-metre planing-hull, flying-bridge composite yacht to be delivered in May 2009 and a 42-metre made of lightweight alloy for summer 2010, the Vado Ligure-based shipyard is now working on two 44-metre Explorer yachts with full-displacement steel hulls and lightweight alloy superstructures. The design developed by the shipyard's technical department is aimed at offering top-flight performance in terms of comfort, seaworthiness, and long-range autonomy.
The extremely roomy interiors let you sail in total luxury and comfort, with a living room that spans the entire width (8.20 meters) and five cabins, including an owner’s cabin on the main deck and a VIP cabin. Moreover, the upper deck has a spa with a sauna and steam bath.
Keen attention has also been devoted to the needs of the crew: five cabins, four of them with double berths, as well as one for the captain, to sleep up to a total of nine people.
Eurocraft can fulfill the wishes of even the most demanding ship owner: full freedom to enjoy the sea and undertake challenging voyages with total safety and peace of mind. Large storage spaces and high-capacity tanks ensure long-range autonomy, to go without docking for weeks on end.
Crafted with the utmost attention to even the tiniest detail, the vessels’ finishings and decor will be customized to suit the personal taste of their owners. Only one of the two yachts is still up for sale.