Price : €390,000.00
One of the last Itama build and designed in the home facility in Rome and by the original Mario Amati team, before the Ferretti Group took over the brand and moved the establishment to the Adriatic in 2005. Without taking away from the newer Ferretti Group constructions, the Itama’s built in Rome have a fame for a sturdy heavy construction, deep Vee hull performance, and incredible sea keeping.
This 55 which just put in our listing is super beautiful thanks to a unique beige colour hull (which takes nothing away from the Blue), and is maintained in a like new condition.
– LOA 16.93 m (55.5ft)
– Hull Length – 15.4 m
– Beam – 4.6 m
– Draft – 1.50 m incl props
– Displacement 18 t unloaded 23 t loaded
Fuel Capacity – 3000 l, Water Capacity 650 l
6 guest berths in 3 separate cabins; owner room to fore with en-suite shower head, 2 guest cabins with twin in-line berths amidships. C-shaped saloon, with L-shaped galley opposite. Interior finished in classic Itama white lacquered hard wood, with parquet floor. Crew cabin aft with unique 2 bunk berths, and en-suite shower head.
Exterior with large sun pad aft, C-shaped settee,and helm station to port side. Spacious bathing platform finished with tender stowage in teak with classic stain less steel frame. Teak deck in the cockpit deck.
Engines – 2 x MAN 1100hp (350hp @ 2013) Speed 40 knots maximum 32 knots criuse
12 kw Kohler Generator, 11 x 100 APH batteries
12 kw Kohler Generator
Air Condition in all cabins, all with independent controller
Saloon stereo system
Digital TV in saloon
Cockpit Hi-Fi system
4 burner galley hob
Interior fridge, freezer
Exterior fridge freezer
Adjustable dim lights in cabins
Twin light in cockit
Hydraulic trim tabs
Full set of cushions including fore deck sunpad
Ten person life raft serviced July 2013
Raymarine GPS Plotter
One of the last Itama 55 build in Rome, with a nice unique beige colour hull. Very good condition, with an Italian leasing contract currently ongoing. A timeless sport yacht for a connoisseur and boat passion person.
Pictures all original minus the first (blue coloured) which is from the original brochure of the period.