Colombo’s 37 Alldays...

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Colombo’s 37 Alldays...

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Her hull was defined by Brunello Acampora and his Victory Design studio and the exterior and white-oak interior were down to Nuvolari-Lenard.

APRIL 2010

Built by Cantiere Nautico Giacomo Colombo, which is a division of Gruppo Sarnico, this new cabin-cruiser model mixes traditional and modern styles well. On her transom she’s got the signature glossed mahogany, for which the yard is renown, but that side-glazing treatment with the mahogany flashes through the middle of the windows and the capping round the rail, as well as the shield-shape hull window, deliver 21st century accents.
She provides five berths in two cabins and one shower-room. The owner’s cabin is forward and the centre cabin provides three berths.
The power is supplied by two Volvo Penta IPS system coupled with two engines D4 of 300hp each. She gets on plane at low speeds, cruising up to 28 knots and delivering a maximum of 33 knots at half load.
She was launched at Genoa 2009.
Colombo builds from 7.3-12.8m (24-42ft).

Basic Spec – Colombo 37 Alldays...
LOA: 12.7m (41ft 7in)
Max Beam: 3.65m (12ft)
Berths: 5
Engines: 2 x 30hp Volvo Penta IPS 400
Displacement (Dry): 8.7 tonnes (19,000lbs)
Max Speed: 33 knots
Cruise: 28 knots
Fuel: 1,000L (264 US gals)
Water: 350L (92 US gals)
CE Category: B
Construction: GRP

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