2003 Vismara V78

€740,000 Tax paid

Built as a ‘cost no object’ project.

General Information

Manufacturer/Model Vismara V78
Designer Alessandro Vismara
Year 2003
Category Sail
New or Used Used
Sale Status Available
Price EUR740,000
Tax/VAT Status Tax paid
Lying Nr.Toulon, France
Reference 1533356

Specifications

LOA 24m
LWL 21.87m
Beam 5.8m
Draft 4m
Displacement 30000kg
Engine Yanmar 4LHA-STZE 230hp
Fuel diesel
Fuel Capacity 1200l
Hull Construction Carbon Fibre
Keel Type Fin Keel
Berths 8
Cabins 4
Passengers 6
Drinking Water Capacity 1000l

Description

Built as a ‘cost no object’ project for the owner of the Valdettaro Shipyard. Stunning carbon & E-glass rocket ship from 2003 with a great 3-cabin plus crew layout. Ultra-stylish, yet ultra-practical and set up for effortless fast cruising.

FURTHER COMMENTS:

Launched in 2003 as L’AVVENTUA to designs by Alessandro Vismara, this stunning Italian-built carbon composite performance sloop boasts an extremely high specification including:-
• 3-cabin, 3-heads interior layout with additional crew cabin with crew heads aft
• Yanmar 230hp diesel engine
• Retractable hydraulic bowthruster
• Hydraulic bathing platform with tender garage
• Hidden submarine anchor arm
• Retractable dedicated mooring winch
• Steiner carbon rig with Park Avenue boom
• Harken & Lewmar hydraulic winches
• Doyle Stratis Carbon sails
• 24vDC electrics with Mastervolt batteries chargers and inverters
• 10kw Kohler generator
• Watermaker
• Air-conditioning
• Fridge & freezers
• B&G instruments
• Satellite communications

Now seriously for sale and benefitting from a continuous program or refit and maintenance including a 2012 refit, KORENOC is very attractively priced and well-located for a fast and simple sale.

DESIGNER’S COMMENTS:

KORENOC (ex L’AVVENTURA) is an evolution of the Vismara 78s, GHIBELLINA and MALAFEMMENA, from which she takes her high-level technical content and simple forms. However, she has a more evident sporting vocation, which meant that Vismara yacht design had to achieve an even more sophisticated level of design, aimed at reaching top-level performance.

A good deal of the design has been influenced by the experience of her predecessors, the Super-Baltic 78 and the Baltic 87 Baltic Deck House, the first characterised by her hi-tech content with an eye to achieving maximum performance and the second by technical solutions aimed at achieving sailing comfort. The composite material construction, with hull in carbon and glass and deck covered entirely in carbon, allows a notable saving in weight terms and even better performance, with speeds of up to 12 knots under motor power, but also increased reliability, durability and easy repairs. The deck features a very short deckhouse ending aft of the mast to leave the bridge free. Comfortable living space on deck is also assured by a large cockpit for guests and sunbathing area. The anchor system is on the cutting edge, with the anchor retracting into the bow without retracting arms and without any obstruction on deck.

The stern opens to provide garage space for the 4.2 metre tender. The interiors have been designed to create comfortable areas, guaranteeing privacy between the crew, service and navigation areas and those reserved to the owner and guests. The “crew mess” is located in the stern, where it has an independent entrance, and the galley is separate from the dinette. The engine room, amidships, contains all of the systems and machinery to allow for easy inspection and also includes laundry room and larder with cold room. The area for the boat’s owner and guests extends towards the bow, along a passageway to 3 cabins with twin beds The dinette is very large and raised to offer better visibility from the wheelhouse as well as being particularly light, thanks to the 180° side windows in tempered plate glass.

The sail plan includes a cutting edge Park Avenue boom able to store the Mainsail and simplify sail management for the crew. There are no running backstays and the spreaders are angled, while the Genoa has no overlap and the use of a Gennaker is envisaged.

SPECIFICATION

CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:
• Our understanding is the vessel complies with the Recreational Craft Directive CE Certification – A

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
• Unidirectional carbon fibre, pre-impregnated and post-cured in a vacuum at 90°
• Deck is constructed in carbon fibre sandwich with foam core
• 12mm teak laid side decks, cockpit seating & cockpit sole.
• Exposed deck and superstructure areas spray painted in ‘Matterhorn White’ Awlgrip finish.
• Underwater sections refaired 2013
• Hull windows in saloon and owner’s cabin

Keel & Rudder:
• The keel utilizes special stainless steel milled down from one solid piece in order to maximize strength and durability. At 4 meters below the waterline, the torpedo bulb is made of lead with antimony. Out of the 30 tons, 10 is in the keel.
• Only a portion of the keel’s blade is made of special milled stainless steel (mostly the forward section). Carbon fibers are used on the foil in order to concentrate the weight in the lower section of the keel — the bulb itself.
• Carbon rudder blade and stock

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:
• Yanmar 4LHA-STZE 4-cylinder 230hp diesel engine
• Shaft drive Hurth gearbox with 2.06 reduction ratio
• Fresh¬water cooled engine.
• Single lever engine control.

Propulsion & Steering:
• 3-bladed Maxprop feathering propeller
• Lewmar 300VRTT hydraulic retractable bowthruster
• Steering system by JP3
• Twin carbon/titanium helm wheels
• Vectran steering cables – replaced 2012

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:
• 24vDC domestic systems with additional 12vDC system and 220vAC via shore-power, generator or inverter
• Touch screen control and monitoring of electrical systems at nav station

Battery Banks:
• 12vDC engine and generator start batteries
• 24vDC service battery bank with Sonnenschein Gel batteries supplying 1,000Ah @ 24vDC

Charging & Inverter:
• 2x Mastervolt 100Amp 24vDC chargers for service battery banks
• Mastervolt 50Amp 24vDC charger for service battery bank
• Mastervolt 30Amp 12vDC charger for start battery bank
• Mastervolt 3,000W inverter

Alternators:
• 12vDC Engine-mounted alternator
• 140Amp 24vDC secondary alternator for service batteries

Generator:
• Kohler 10kw 220vAC 1,600rpm diesel generator

Other Electrical:
• 220v shore power with isolator and circuit breaker
• 2x 50A shore power connections
• 32A and 50A galvanic isolators for shore power connections

PLUMBING, HYDRAULIC & GAS SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:
• The hot freshwater circuit is led into a well-insulated 100 litre stainless steel hot water tank, heated by engine or 230v AC immersion heater element
• 2x Ramaccioti pressure pumps
• Hot & cold pressurised cockpit shower
• Shore-side pressurised water connection

Watermaker:
• Idromar watermaker 230V generating a true 150l/h

Bilge Pumps:
• Large Ramaccioti bilge pump in engine room with manifold for access to different sections of the boat – each using a float switch and alarm system

Black Water:
• Large Ramaccioti pump for Black water tank.
• All black water pipes are made of ABS or hard PVC.

Grey Water:
• 7 self-priming pumps for grey water circuits.

Seacocks:
• Seacocks replaced 2012

Hydraulics:
• 9+9 Lewmar Commander hydraulic system with processors to operate furling, mainsheet, genoa sheets and anchor windlass
• Separate hydraulic power pack for opening transom

TANKAGE

Fuel:
• 1,200 litres fuel capacity in 2x 600 litre tanks
• All diesel lines are made of Swagelok 316 stainless, including ALL the fittings.

Fresh Water:
• 1,000 litres fresh water capacity in 2x 500 litre tanks

Holding Tank:
• Black water holding tanks

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:
• B&G Hydra 2000 sailing instruments
• Vertical carbon masthead wind transducer
• 4x B&G 20/20 displays at mast
• 2x B&G 20/20 displays in cockpit
• 4x B&G FFD multi-function displays in cockpit
• B&G Hydra 2000 autopilot with JP3 clutch mechanism so that hydraulic ram can be disconnected from quadrant while sailing
• Flat waterproof touch screen in cockpit (repeater for main Computer)

Below Decks:
• 1x B&G FFD multi-function display at chart table
• 1x B&G Hydra autopilot control unit at chart table
• 1x B&G FFD multi-function display in owner’s cabin
• Furuno 1900c Chart plotter + Radar overlay with C-maps charts • 2nd Furuno backup GPS
• PC computer with Maxsea and Easymail software. Retractable 17” screen at nav station.
• KVH Gyrotrak compass connected to B&G and AIS

Communications Equipment:
• Complete JRC AIS System
• Fleet 55 inmarsat ISDN Internet System with Radom stored in sail locker
• KVH mini-M (inmarsat satellite phone)
• KVH Inmarsat-C, used especially for free weather forecasts
• Skanti VHF

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:
• Alpes Inox Gas/Electric oven with grill and four burners
• Overhead extractor with lighting
• Stainless steel microwave oven
• Front loading refrigerator
• Front loading freezer
• Additional refrigerator
• 2 x DB35 and 1x DB50 Danfoss compressors, each with a separate water condenser and a self priming pump.
• Frigomar compressor to use as a back up for freezer and one of the fridges

Heads:
• 4x Tecma electric toilets running on fresh water
• Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with shower in heads

Air-Conditioning:
• Two Condaria 7.5kw compressors for the air conditioning system in engine room. 60,000btu/h
• Forced air ventilation system with 7x in-line fans installed with timers. Extracts air from all areas of boats and exhausts in aft cockpit.
• Air conditioning fan coils drain to sumps with automatic pumps

Entertainment:
• Retractable 37” flat screen 1080p
• ProAc SC2 speakers integrated into the saloon settee
• Superphon Revelation dual mono preamplifier
• Adcom Class A/B amplifier 2x100w
• Zone free DVD player
• 20gb ipod / All wiring signal from source to speakers is by Nordost

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:
• Up to 6 guest berths plus twin crew in twin master cabin, two twin mid cabins and twin bunk crew cabin, each with ensuite heads.

Accommodation Finish:
• All the bulkheads are made of structural carbon fibre, painted over with a flat tuscany red to add ambiance.
• On the hull interior face, a carbon roving is simply varnished.
• The sophisticated designer wood cabinetry is made of foam core plywood with teak veneers for increased weight reduction.
• This teak is treated with 130 volume hydrogen peroxide, then with white wood stain before three coats of two-parts poly-urethane varnish.

Accommodation Layout from Forward:

Master Cabin:
• Twin berths on either side outboard
• Hanging lockers forward of each berth with storage drawers below
• Ensuite head forward of cabin with Tecma WC, washbasin, mirrors, storage lockers and separate shower compartment

Forward Port Guest Cabin:
• Single berths on either side outboard
• Storage drawers below each berth with a hanging locker forward and outboard
• Ensuite head with Tecma WC, shower, washbasin, mirrors and storage lockers

Forward Starboard Guest Cabin:
• Single berths on either side outboard
• Storage drawers below each berth with a hanging locker forward and outboard
• Ensuite head with Tecma WC, shower, washbasin, mirrors and storage lockers

Saloon:
• L-shaped settee to port with coffee table inboard
• Bookshelves outboard with folding flat screen
• U-Shaped settee to starboard with dining table
• Storage lockers and bookshelves outboard

Galley:
• The galley is located aft on the starboard side of saloon
• Work surfaces finished in polished stainless steel
• Three stainless steel sinks located aft with fresh/sea water taps
• Refrigerators and freezers located aft with additional refrigerator forward and outboard.
• Stove with extractor fan above.
• Storage lockers located inboard and outboard above work surfaces

Chart Table:
• The forward facing navigation station is located on the aft port side of saloon
• Open top chart table with storage below
• Instruments and electrical displays recessed on carbon panel

Crew Cabin:
• Upper and lower berths outboard with storage lockers inboard
• Ensuite head aft with Tecma WC, shower, washbasin, storage lockers and mirror
• Access to engine room crew cabin

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:
• Steiner carbon four spreader mast, swept spreaders with non-overlapping headsails
• Steiner carbon park avenue boom with retractable sun awning stored inside on rollers
• Mast and boom painted white
• All Navtec rod rigging replaced in 2012
• Mast and rigging were removed and serviced in 2012
• Reckman hydraulic genoa furling
• Removable inner forestay with soft hank staysail
• Removable running backstays
• Harken blocks and tracks for sail control
• Spinlock jammers
• Halyards and reef lines lead aft to cockpit below deck
• Upwind Sail Area 352 square meters
• Navtec manual hydraulic system for backstay, outhaul, vang, inner forestay and genoa halyard tension.

Winches:
• 2x Harken 1110 3-speed hydraulic winches with carbon roving on top
• 3x Lewmar hydraulic captive winches for mainsheet and genoa sheets

Sails:
• Doyle Stratis Carbon fully-battened mainsail – 2012
• Doyle Stratis Carbon furling genoa – 2012
• Velman staysail – 2006
• North Sails gennakers (x3) – 2008

General:
• Twin cockpit tables allowing passage in-between
• Polished stainless steel stanchions with rod lifelines
• Dinghy garage in transom
• Recessed carbon fibre passarelle in transom
• Flush deck carbon hatches from Rondal
• Opening portlights in galley and aft cabin by Lewmar
• Hydraulic drop-down bathing platorm

Anchoring & Mooring:
• Submarine anchoring system
• Lewmar hydraulic anchor windlass 3000
• 120m stainless steel anchor chain
• Sanguinetti retractable mooring winch
• Flush cleats (eight) and fairleads (four) by Versari Delmonte
• Fenders & warps

Tender & Outboard:
• Inflatable Arimar rib dinghy stowed (inflated) in aft lazarette.
• 4-stroke 6hp Johnson outboard engine stowed vertically in the anchor locker.

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
• Sprayhood
• Bimini
• Boom awning
• Cockpit cushions

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Life saving:
• 2x MOM-8 in cockpit
• 2x Arimar 6 person liferafts
• 406Mhz Murdoch latest generation Epirb with built in GPS

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS

Lying Nr Toulon, France

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Saturday by prior appointment

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2003 Vismara V78 'KORENOC' for sale

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