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News: Cantieri Di Pisa 22M Kitalpha Contract Signed

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  1. Cantieri Di Pisa Kitalpha 22 Contract Signed
    This pocket-sized gentleman's styled 22-meter yacht will transition from the design boards to reality when construction commences. The Italian company -Cantieri Di Pisa announced at the just concluded Cannes Yachting Festival that they had recently sold the craft to an owner and construction was going to start soon. Once that happens, delivery is expected to occur in early 2018. The design is very interesting in that it borrows elements from gentleman's styling but also has it's own classical yet modern touches.
  2. The design and placement of the superstructure just slightly forward of the midships region allows the aft main deck to be relatively free. In the renderings you can see that this space is expected to be hosting the main tender of the Kitalpha 22. With the tender being stored on the aft main deck, the lower aft deck can be free and transformed into a beach club as the renderings suggest a folddown transom door to the water's edge.
  3. Four guest cabins will be provided with the owner having a full-beam suite that is large enough to make you believe you are on a craft larger than 22-meters. Three other cabins will be devoted to guest use to round out the guest total to eight. There is also room for two cabins for crew members. Propulsive power will come via Volvo D16 MH engines that will see the Kitalpha 22 reach her 14-knot top speed. Although she is designed with classical touches in mind, the interior is very comfortable with all the luxury touches needed. Just look at the decor in the master suite in the below photo for reference.

    For more information:

    Cantieri Di Pisa
    Via Aurelia Sud, Km-334
    56121, Pisa

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