Artisanal method is the key of the success
Building boats with artisanal method it is the only way to offer the greatest attention to customer desires. The Sarnico 60 GTV has been produced interpreting the owner’s need to live intensely on board, turning the yacht into a place where managing even his own business. In this way, the work takes place in an atmosphere full of charm and probably in beautiful holiday destinations.
A long foredeck defines its exciting silhouette. The living room is protected by the stern sliding door and it can be open by the huge sunroof. The large stern living is a convivial area that can accommodate many people even in navigation, thanks to the aerodynamics shape of the deckhouse, which minimizes the air flow in the cockpit.
Below deck, all the rooms are very airy
At the request of the owner of this yacht, the amidships cabin was transformed into a multimedia studio where meeting people and staying in touch with the rest of the world. The day bathroom is also accessible from this office. In the other versions, however, the master room is located in this area. The dinette is furnished with a sofa and a fully equipped kitchen for a long life on board even counting on the huge galley under the cockpit.
At the bow there is the owner’s suite with private bath and plenty of space for the wardrobe. The quality of the craftsmanship, the elegant shapes of the furniture, the care of each finish are all the result of a long and noble art very difficult to find in a series production. At the stern is the crew cabin, clearly separated from other rooms by the engine compartment. The seaworthiness of all versions of the Sarnico 60 and many other boats of Cantieri di Sarnico, comes from the central position of the engine room where they are installed all systems and equipment. This configuration determines the excellent stability of the boat in any situation, as well at the anchor as in navigation.
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