Grabau International is delighted to announce the price reduction of the 2008 Maxi Dolphin MD51 Power ‘SEBYtwo’.
Hull No.2 of the semi-custom Maxi Dolphin MD51 series to designs by Roberto Starkel. Configured for weekender duties with a supremely practical interior and cockpit configuration. Effortlessly stylish, seriously fun and very very quick!
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SEBYtwo is the perfect ‘do it all’ performance power yacht for those seeking the very finest in Italian design, construction and technology. A stunning mix of composite construction, ultra-efficient and easily-controlled diesel engines, all wrapped up in mesmerising red paint, teak and carbon fibre.
SEBYtwo is hull no.2 of a series of these Donald Starkel-designed semi-custom masterpieces. configured to be used as either a weekender or a superyacht tender/shuttle, she has a very practical interior and luxurious guest spaces both on deck and below. Her specification highlights include:- • Volvo IPS600 drive system with twin 435hp diesels and joystick control • Metallic red topsides with carbon fibre inserts and exterior styling • Teak laid cockpit sole • Schenker Watermaker • Westerbeke 10.4kw generator • Ecomar 6 sewage water treatment system with 3,000 litre per day capability • Electrically operated saloon table • Radar • Led lights • Carbon fibre hard top • Electric navigation seat • Electric swim ladder • Air Conditioning
Lightly used with minimal hours run and still in her original ownership, SEBYtwo would be make the ideal superyacht tender or weekender for those who value usable space over sleeping cabins.
The Maxi Dolphin MD51 is a motor yacht that capitalizes on Maxi Dolphin’ s expertise in building sailing yachts: the use of composite materials, the application of advanced construction technologies, and the design of hulls with excellent hydrodynamic efficiency. Its project is signed by Roberto Starkel.
A super-modern mega-tender yet of retro inspiration. The shape, based on the motorboats style of the ’30s, makes a contrast with today’s high-tech materials: the entire boat is built using SP System’s Sprint vacuum resin infusion process technology, that allows to achieve extreme strength and unmatched lightness.
The engines are masterpieces of technology: the MD51 has two 435-HP Volvo Penta IPS 600 engines. IPS (Inboard Performance System) is a revolutionary propulsion system developed by Volvo Penta. Its specially positioned propellers greatly enhance the system efficiency, offering higher top speed, as well as increased acceleration and overall performance. Moreover, thanks to the significant reduction in fuel consumption, the cruising range increases significantly Car-like maneuverability gives perfect handling at high speed, while the Volvo Penta joystick system permit very easy docking. Engine noise and vibrations at minimum level and lack of exhaust fumes contribute to the great comfort on board.
The Maxi Dolphin MD 51 is conceived with emphasis on eco-sustainability: its lightness, combined with the optimization of the hull design, allow to mount engines with smaller power than on similar size boats. For this reason, performances being equal, MD51 is able to achieve very low fuel consumption (just over 100 l/h at cruising speed), extended fuel range (340 M at cruising speed), and greatly reduces CO2 emissions.
For this specific yacht Maxi Dolphin has developed the first Apple I-Pad applications to control the boat’s electric/electronic devices and utilities, as well as the entertainment system. The I-Pad becomes a high-tech remote, that via WiFi, allows to control and operate all the boat’s functions (except engine, for safety reasons).
The use of CAN-bus technology has contributed to weight reduction, thanks to the elimination of large cables.
Maxi Dolphin MD51 Power – SEBYtwo – now just Euro 425k VAT paid – full details here
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