2004 33.7m de vries Lentsch CBI Navi
Papinou is a true gentleman’s yacht of the very highest calibre. With de Vries Lentsch quality naval architecture and flawless execution by Italian builders CBI Navi, it is difficult to find a better combination in the creation of this yacht.
Papinou was commissioned by her present owner for delivery in 2004. Since then she has been a truly private yacht, used mainly in the Med, expertly maintained to the very highest standard throughout. Her canoe stern, elegant classic lines with a lovely sheer-line and a sturdy yet gentle look belies her modern construction and systems.
The interior is expertly laid out and detailed and is kept in a classic nautical style with warm makore wooden raised panelling, highest quality furniture, textiles and carpeting. The yacht is a witness to timeless understated elegance and an owner’s love of the sea.
Accommodation for ten guests including the owner is organised in the traditional way with owner’s suite comprising main bedroom and an ensuite on the main deck, whilst the two VIP and the two twin cabins are located on the lower deck.
The main deck saloon with the semi enclosed card-room/study is welcoming the owner and his guests to sip a drink or watching TV while the dining room is awaiting up stairs on the upper deck for a formal dinner.
In this comfort it is tempting to travel and Papinou is blessed with a sea kindly hull shape and solid construction which can withstand the rougher seas of the ocean as well as slide effortlessly through smooth coastal waters and inland waterways. Her low fuel consumption, highly relevant today and in the future is proof of this efficient hull shape. Papinou is indeed the ultimate gentleman’s yacht always appealing up to date and ready for a new owner.Download PDF Brochure
|CBI Navi Specifications|
|Length:||33.7m / 110.56 feet|
|Beam:||7.95m / 26.08 feet|
|Max Draft:||2.7m / 8.86 feet|
|Cruising Speed:||11 knots|
|Cruising Speed:||12 knots|
|Exterior Design:||De Vries lentsch|
|Engines:||2 x Caterpillar 3406E|