“Our team put a huge amount of effort into presenting La Rubia to the market in a short time which coincided with the Cannes and Monaco shows" says Geoff Moore, the company’s CEO " Our transparent approach in providing information to the buyer made for a swift deal after he was gifted a weekend break on board with his family."Built in the Azimut shipyard in Viareggio, the yacht sports naval architecture and external lines designed by Stefano Righini, while the interiors are designed by Galeazzi Design based in Rome. La Rubia is designed to accommodate up to 10 guests divided into five cabins, and has room for up to eight crew members. To relax the ship offers a solarium, a Jacuzzi and sun loungers outside, and has a large garage for water toys and tenders.The Rubia is powered by two MTU 16V 2000 M91 engines which allow a cruising speed of 25 knots and a maximum of 28 knots. With her 16,400 liters of fuel tank, she has an autonomy of 700 nautical miles at a speed of 14 knots.
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