FELICITA WEST has accommodations for a total of twelve guests or fourteen when Pullmans are used.
The full width (41’8”), cherry paneled master suite has a king size bed which faces a retractable large plasma screen, a sitting room (with a fold out treadmill), ensuite dressing room and white marble bathroom.
The four guest staterooms include two large doubles with queen size beds and two twins, all with additional Pullman berths plus en suite bathrooms.
FELICITA WEST has benefitted from upgrades and refits during this winter (2010 – 2011) in Livorno, Italy. She is absolutely ready for unprecedented cruising.
Everything about FELICITA WEST has been designed and created to provide the ultimate sailing experience in the greatest possible comfort.
A very experienced, knowledgeable owner, the legendary Ron Holland, Perini Navi, Italian designers Nuvolari & Lenard, and a Captain with new build expertise, all committed to delivering the finest yacht possible, a legend.
Ron Holland’s design brief was to deliver an exhilarating performance yacht, to push Perini Navi’s performance envelope by creating a large, very fast, yet comfortable yacht.
The yacht was conceived by Nuvolari Lenard largest Perini at her time and as the first Perini designed by outer design team. Once the yacht was traced a Ron Holland tem was involved to design the underwater part of the hull, rig and appendages. The interior layout and design was done again by our team who also performed as a quality controller on the project on the owner's behalf.
The yacht look and styling was based on the best looking Perini’s until that moment as a kind of the conclusion of the classic Perini line.
Her interior was done with a pure British style in mind although an alternative look was always taken in mind where with a hange of loose furniture with a suoer modern pieces The yacht could look as an eclectic renovation of a classic home.
The yacht still spots the one of a kind stern solution where a classic stern shape converts into a modern open stern beach club platform.
Boarding from the aft deck: Paserelle boarding plus a large retractable swim platform (providing easy access to the water or into tenders). In the raised position, the transom is hidden perfectly into the aft deck. There are two fighting chairs for additional entertainment! Plus a large comfortable, covered area for seating and dining.
Forward into the Main Salon:
Generous proportions, yet intimate space is the feeling here and thru out the yacht. The English Country House style interior was designed for easy living. Colors and textures are warm and mellow, soft and comforting. This area features a comfortable seating conversation area plus game table and quiet conversation area.
Up to the wheelhouse with comfortable observation seating. This is a great spot to watch the ease with which the Captain controls this elegant behemoth.
Ahead, on the main deck, is the spacious dining and bar area. Perfect for luxurious meals and social gatherings.
Further ahead and below the main deck:
The deck spaces are designed for safety, yet evoke a bygone era of yachting. Large enough a couple can stroll abreast on the side decks, or ride together in the crow’s nest “lift” 40 meters (131’) above the deck.
FELICITA WEST deck area is very inspiring, another well thought out dynamic area of this unique, magnificent yacht.
A remarkably well thought out area…
Room for ALL of the guests to comfortably dine, sit, relax in sun or shade and enjoy the spectacular sights.
1,800 square meters of canvas automatically unfurl to propel her 650 tons. 17 knots is achievable but equally impressive is that only the gentlest of the helm actions is required to turn a full circle.
The large retractable bathing platform provides easy access into the water or onto the jet tenders and when not in use folds perfectly into the stern aft of the cockpit seating.
|Engines:||2 x 1100 hp Deutz - 6600 hours 06/01/2011|
|Generators & Electricity:|
2 x 125 kw Northern Lights and 1 x 80 kw
Main Gen - 12,500 hours 06/01/2011
Night Gen - 3,200 hours 06/01/2011
|Electricity:||Three-phase 380 and 220 vac 50 hz|
|Shore Power:||Step down transformer 130 kva|
|Propellers:||KaMeWa Rolls Royce Variable|
|Main Engine Start:||8d 400 ah|
|Service:||12 x 2v 2,400|
|Generator Start:||6d 200 ah|
|Bowthrusters:||American 100 kw|
|Air-conditioning:||Condaria Chill Water|
|Water System:||Custom Perini|
|Fuel Centrifuge/Separator:||Alfa Laval 900 litres per hour|
|Air Compressor:||2 x Atlas|
|Ground Tackle:||2 x 750 kg Pool 6 and 7 shots 22mm|
|Echo Sounder:||Furuno full Sonar and B&G|
|Radar:||Furuno Black Box 2115 ARPA|
|Weather Fax:||Via Computer|
|Log:||B&G Sonic x 2|
|Wind Instruments:||B&G 3 full sets|
|SATCOM:||Phone, Fax & E-mail and Satellite Broadband|
|VHF:||Furuno x 4|
|Landline/Intercom:||Panasonic w/3 handhelds as well as 24 cabins|
Full MCA and IOM
Vessel complies to ISM and ISPS
Steen windlass and capstans with mooring winches aft.
2 x 6.3m Zodiac tenders with 235 hp jet drives
2 x Laser 2000 sailing dinghies
FELICITA WEST is the largest aluminum sailing yacht in the world. Everything about this magnificent yacht has been designed to provide the ultimate sailing experience in the greatest possible comfort. Her pedigree is highly impressive; her statistics are simply awesome. As a Perini Navi ketch, she has all of the typical space, pace and grace. However, in a radical departure, outside expertise was brought in to push the boundaries of performance. Added to the owner’s considerable experience, the legendary Ron Holland was appointed as the Naval Architect and Italian designers Nuvolari and Lenard worked with Perini Navi’s own stylist on the interior. A dream team for a luxury sailing yacht.
The name FELICITA WEST is reserved. A detailed list of exclusions and inventory will be provided pursuant to a fully executed Purchase Agreement. All Owners personal effects will be excluded from the sale.