The Lavezzi has proved as popular in charter fleets as it has for private owners as it is a good-looking design that provides adequate accommodation for two or three couples in an easily handed boat that sails quite well.
AWOL is a four cabin Charter version. The port hull with a central toilet and shower compartment with double cabins at the ends this layout is duplicated on the starboard side. Light wood and plenty of natural light gives a spacious and comfortable feel to the area. The aft double cabins are generous, the berths are over 1.6m wide and 2m long, though seemed larger, there is plenty of open shelving stowage and a good hanging The aft cabins feels light and spacious with easy access to the berth and there is good ventilation. A criticism is that the forward cabins are small as can be seen from the picture of them, this is due to the narrowing of the hull forward which is necessary for performance. The hulls and the cabins feel private, spacious and the light sycamore wood finish has a quality feel to its lacquered finish.
The galley is to port and faces aft. It is well laid out with a double sink, the triple burner hob and separate oven and grill are fine and fed by two self-draining gas lockers in the cockpit. There is sufficient stowage for pots, pans, food, and consumables. The boat has a front opening fridge
Three steps from the hull lead up to the saloon which is spacious and the headroom surprisingly generous as the Lavezzi does not look at all bulky The saloon seating is comfortable for six and there is room for two further chairs if required to seat eight.
There are two 270 litre freshwater tanks feeding the galley and the toilet/shower compartments and a 30 litre hot water tank which should be larger
This Lavezzi is fitted with 2 upgraded Volvo 30HP engines as standard driving through 2 bladed propellers.
The mast is a standard double spreader rig with diamonds to keep it straight, a forestay and two shrouds. Remarkably simple and it has worked on FP boats for years.
New running rigging.
New complete bottom job. Sanded down to the fiberglass.
New Propspeed paint on entire lower unit and props
New all canvas (in the works now; should be finished mid Oct.).
New buff job top and bottom. Complete wet sand job.
New Corinthian Marine floor in the solon and cockpit (in the works now; should be finished mid Oct.).
New water heater
New quiet flush toilet jabsco head (port side)
Both engines and sail drives pulled one year ago and serviced. Both have low hours.
New batteries 2019
Sailaway ready: Bedding, plates, lifejackets
new stanchions but not installed yet
New carburetor on the dinghy also...
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