DOLCE VITA Yacht for Sale - 65'Custom
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DOLCE VITA was built in 2004 in a small shipyard specialised in wooden construction in Santander, Spain. The hull & superstructure are made of wood, mixing old traditional construction and designing with the latest updated techniques. She recovers a true prototype of the old times romantic yachts. This yacht has been designed with the idea of enjoying comfortable holidays, sailing peacefully, easily and relaxing. The boat is mainly used for short travels, but the fuel range allows it also to make extended coastal trips.
Outstretched spaces of the boat's romantic exterior lines transport us to another era while incorporating all the present-day conveniences associated with recreational navigation. The bathing platform is created by activating a hydraulic mechanism that opens the stern, accompanied by a convenient folding bathing ladder.
The cockpit avails itself of a spacious communal living area comprised of the saloon, dining room and the galley the appliances of which are all concealed by wooden cupboards, including the central aisle. The galley is located furthest aft and constitutes two benches set on either side together with a central aisle. In addition, the central aisle and the benches are fitted with pull-out or folding extensions to provide an additional work surface.
The forward section has been reserved for the saloon cum dining area, made up of an L-shaped sofa and a folding leaf table that enables to accommodate ten diners. The yacht is very well equipped to achieve total comfort on board including air- conditioning, audio video system, dishwasher, washing machine, oven, hob plates, ice-maker, outside barbecue, TV in most of the cabins, fridges & freezer.
DOLCE VITA sleeps 6 passengers and is distributed both forward and aft of this communal area, accessed in both cases by descending a stairway. The owner enjoys a full-beam spacious bright cabin located at the aft, which includes a spacious study and a great deal of in-built storage capacity. From here a door provides direct access to the cockpit. In the en suite bathroom, both the shower and lavatory are separated by sliding screens.
In the forward section, there is 1 double cabin and 1 twin cabin with berths to each side, the access doors of which are sliding. One of these has a private bathroom whilst the other shares that of the double cabin. Wood has also been used in the bathrooms.