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Columbus Yachts joins hull and superstructure of the Columbus Classic 80M

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Italian shipyard Columbus Yachts has successfully joined the steel hull and aluminium superstructure of the Columbus Classic 80M.

Columbus Yachts - Classic 80M

Scheduled to be delivered to her owner in 2018, this displacement superyacht has a length overall of 79.50m, a maximum beam of 13.00m, and a draught of 3.50m.

She features elegant and sleek exterior lines designed by Hydro Tec, which was also responsible for the naval architecture, and a contemporary interior by Guida Design.

Columbus Yachts - Classic 80M

The Columbus Classic 80M can accommodate up to 16 guests in eight staterooms, consisting of a comfortable suite with private study located on the owner’s deck, six double cabins forward on the main deck, and an additional guest stateroom on the lower deck. The crew quarters, situated forward on this deck, include a well-equipped galley, a spacious dining/lounge area, and eight cabins.

Columbus Yachts - Classic 80M

Among the amenities of the vessel are: a 7-metre long counter-current swimming pool with waterfall, a Jacuzzi, a large sunbathing area, and a gym located on the sundeck; a cinema room on the upper deck; a helipad on the foredeck; and an expansive beach club with three fold-down platforms, bar, and sauna, as well as a starboard-side garage capable of housing two tenders on the lower deck.

Columbus Yachts - Classic 80M

Powered by two MTU 16V 4000 M63L 2,240kW diesel engines, this motor yacht has a maximum speed of 16.5 knots and, thanks to a fuel capacity of 215,000 litres, a range of 6,000nm at 12 knots.

 

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