The Austin Parker Shipyard presents the 48’ Sundeck for 2017.
Sunday, 26 February 2017
The 48’ Sundeck, conceived and inspired by the elements that have always characterized the classic Austin Parker line, offers the solutions and elements of style found in our superior models.
Unmistakable lines accentuate the modern concept of the yacht, especially as concerns the interior fittings, and immediately bring to mind the consolidated white-blue color scheme that Fulvio De Simoni has used since the first model launched in 2008.
Wide side gangways facilitate the external passage from the stern to the sundeck in the bows; stairs from the teak cockpit lead to the sundeck complete with sunbeds and sofas.
The large, panoramic saloon is fully accessible and in continuity with a comfortable cockpit; an opening in the stern deck provides easy access to the swim platform where the service tender is located. The control console is positioned so that the horizon can be visualized in any situation and aids the pilot with a complete set of navigation instruments.
The sleeping accommodations provide three double cabins and two heads; the master cabin is located at the centre of the vessel and is a true suite fitted with every comfort. The galley, positioned below deck, provides plenty of counter space and cabinets for storing supplies and equipment.
Deluxe trims in treated Elmwood, crystal, leather and fine quality textiles define the onboard elegance down to the smallest detail.
The yacht is equipped with two 550HP Cummins QSB 6.7 engines which provide high performance levels, low fuel consumption, excellent maneuverability, extra low noise level and no vibration.
Speed: 28/30 KN
Autonomy: more than 350 NM
The yacht is 15.5m long, 4.6m wide with a gross weight of 20.75t.
The first vessel sold, currently under construction at the Shipyard, will be delivered to the Owner by the end of June and will be officially presented at the Cannes and Genoa boat shows in September.
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