Itama’s all-new ‘Sixty’...

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Itama’s all-new ‘Sixty’...

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Designed by Marco Casali and the Ferretti Group’s formidable AYT division, which took their steer from the Pershing management team that’s still responsible for Itama, this 19m rooster-tail flier is good for 48 knots thanks to new ZF Searex surface drives.

SEPTEMBER 2009

While she may look like a completely open design, the model delivers plenty of protection from the elements with a substantial electro-hydraulic canopy system that covers the whole cockpit seating area. And just like the one aboard her smaller sister, the Itama ‘Fifty-Five’, that system can be deployed at any speed.
The stern platform is big enough for a substantial RIB tender or a pair of PWCs- the telescopic gangway serves as the crane.
Down below she’s all style. Either walnut or white lacquer are the principal schemes on offer.
As for spaces, there’s a beautifully appointed galley and dining/lounge area amidships. Up forward, finds the owner’s cabin and aft double and twin-bed cabins.
A crew cabin is optional.

Basic Spec – Itama 60...
LOA: 18.83m (61ft 9in)
Max Beam: 4.75m (15ft 7in)
Engines: 2 x 1,550hp (1,156kW) Common-Rail MAN V12s
Drives: ZF Searex 120S Surface Drives
Deadrise: 20 degrees, deep-vee
Max Speed: 48 knots
Displacement (Unloaded): 23.62 tonnes (52,964lbs)
Guest Cabins: Three
Guest Shower-Rooms: Three
Crew Cabin: Optional
Fuel: 3,250 litres (859 US gals)
Water: 709 litres (187 US gals)
Watermaker: 65 litres per hour (17 US gals per hour)
Generator: 17kW
RCD: Category ‘A’
Price: €1.695 million

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