MAGNUM 63' REFIT
Driven by the desire of a fast and open boat, and following the recent trend of refitting legacy model yachts from the past, the owner has chosen to buy and completely restore this Magnum 63' in our shipyard. Starting from the interiors, we completely removed the previous furniture and dismantled the existing cabins. An interior layout of two cabins and two toilets, dinette, kitchen and separated crew area has been chosen, all with whitened oak finish. Modifications of the cockpit area have been numerous: the external furniture, seats and sundecks design has been completely rearranged so as to maximize the on-board space and create an hydraulically liftable aft sundeck with direct access to the engines from above. Two openings have also been realized: one in the transom to connect the swimming platform with the main cockpit, and one in the forward windscreen to allow the passage to the boat's bow area without using the side walkways. Then, every on-board system of the engine room has been replaced or overhauled: from the fuel tanks to the water tanks, from the hydraulic system to the electrical one, from the Arneson surface drives to the bilge pumps. Finally, the boat has been repainted in our 25m long pressurized spraying booth, with direct gloss finish.
BAGLIETTO 20M 1970 RESTORATION
This Baglietto 20M from the ‘70s has been completely restored in our yard. After a series of structural repairs to restore the wooden superstructure, we entirely removed the old planking and rebuilt it with glued laminated mahogany planks. Then, the engine room has been upgraded with two new Scania diesel engines and an Onan generator, together with a completely new hydraulic system up to the cabins. Finally, we prepared the exterior surfaces with special attention to filling the old spikes and repainted the entire boat in our 25 meters long pressurized spraying booth.
DALLA PIETÀ 58' REPAIR
After reporting some damage on one of the two propeller shafts of this Dalla Pietà 58', in just two weeks of late July our service restored the fiberglass structure holding the left shaft to re-establish the alignment between the engine and the bearing strut, replaced one of the two shafts, mounted two new propellers and disembarked the damaged engine (a 1100 hp MAN) to send it to the mechanical workshop.
VACUUM BAGGING TEAK DECK INSTALLATION ITAMA 62'
The mounting of the teak deck for this Itama 62' was carried out with the state-of-the-art vacuum bagging method. The wood was prepared and joined out of work and then placed directly on the bow deck, that was previously prepared with glue. The benefits of the vacuum bagging method certainly are rapidity, the perfect distribution of glue on the entire surface but also the advantage of not having to modify the boat itself.
ITAMA 75' PAINTING
Completely repainted during winter 2016-2017 at Alfamarine, this Itama 75' was treated with a double layer process of an opaque polyurethane paint and a transparent finish. The choice of the green tint for this yacht makes it unique of its kind, being the only Itama 75' with this colour.
PASSERELLE INSTALLATION IN AN ITAMA 75'
Kept in the Alfamarine shade during the winter, this Itama 75' has undergone numerous modernization works including the installation of a new passerelle. After having modified part of the fiberglass structure of the boat, adjusted the teak deck and built a new exhaust pipe of one of the two engines in order to create space for the new system, a longer passerelle was installed. Then, the painting department refinished it according to the pre-existent coloration.
COCKPIT REBUILD ALFAMARINE 60'
The helm station of one of our Alfamarine 60' has been completely upgraded with the most recent Raymarine equipment. In particular, we first removed the old plotter, radar and depth sounder, then we replaced them with three new Gs multifunction displays by Raymarine, we installed the stern thruster and mounted the new Side Power control panel.
TEAK DECK FOR AN ITAMA 75'
The bow deck of this Itama 75', previously finished with an anti-slip surface, was covered with a teak pavement of about 50 m2 at Alfamarine. After having adequately prepared the surface for the bonding, having chosen and cut the wood, the teak was smoothed out with specialized machinery in order to create a uniform surface.
PERSHING 54' PAINTING
This Pershing 54' has been repainted by Alfamarine shipyard using our pressurized spraying booth. After dismounting the entire deck equipment and the cockpit furniture, we treated all the surfaces removing the old paint, reapplied a polyurethane primer and finally used a two-component glossy finish of the original color of the boat.
ADDITIONAL BED ITAMA 75'
At the request of the owner, we built an additional bed in the owner's cabin of this Itama 75' to be replaced with the already installed chaise-longue. Hence, we recreated a structure with the same design and finish of the interiors, without sacrificing the space in the cabin and the access to the underlying cabinets.
ROSE ISLAND 53' REPOWERING
This Rose Island 53' has undergone a complete repowering work in our yard: we removed the two engines and the generator, replacing them with two CAT C7.1 (450 hp each) and a Fischer Panda 15000i. During the processing we also renewed some systems in the engine room such as the air intake system, the sea water engine cooling system and the entire CAT electrical system, therefore involving a reorganisation of the helm station to accommodate the new engine monitors and electronic throttles.