L'Adagio is a fantastic expedition trawler. She has served as a perfect luxury yacht. No compromises have been made in her production, maintenance or further equipment. She has been equipped to go to the end of the world and back. In style.
Over the years her already excellent machinery and systems have been improved to ensure comforts, range and safety.
L’Adagio has been to Alaska, USA, Mexico, Central America, The Caribbean, Bahamas, US East coast, Canada. She has seen the Ice-covered fjords of Northern Greenland, she has thoroughly cruised Europe from Scandinavia and the UK along the Atlantic coast through Northern Africa to the Azores and the Canaries. She has been everywhere in the Mediterranean from Spain and Morocco in the west to Greece and Turkey to the east. She has crossed the Atlantic on her own keel twice. She has been over the North Sea and the Bay of Biscay. She has been through canals and locks. And she is equipped for it all.
She is big, safe, comfortable and comes fully serviced in pristine condition with all systems ready to go straight across the Atlantic again.
We recommend her.
Please make sure you take a look at the full walk-through tour of 'L'Adagio' which you can find at the bottom of the full specifications tab.
Approached via a stair well from the saloon, the Pilothouse is a light open space with great 360 degree visibility with two Stidd helm chairs face the well laid out ships navigational instruments and central control station.
Comfortable seating behind the helm chairs with teak table. A very comprehensive instrument package with all the major systems being duplicated for safety. A “Captains” fridge ensures comforts on transit. The instrument package is as follows and has been recently re-designed with maximum security and redundancy in mind: There are three independent navigation systems onboard, 2 PC based MaxSea/TimeZero-Pro systems capable of being run in parallel or individually. Each controlling radars, sounders and charting system etc. and a standalone Furuno system with its own Radar, sounder and charting system. 3 x 21” Furuno Sunlight HD screens 1 x 18” Furuno standalone system. 2 x Furuno PCs each a high power unit with i7 processor SSD disks etc. 1 x Furuno sun-light screen on flybridge. 2 x Radars – both open array. 4 x Axis surveillance cameras integrated into the MaxSea system and with individual controls.
FLIR Thermal nightvision camera can be operated from within the MaxSea system or on its own system. Flir can be locked to objects, MOB or positions. The Flir is awesome to navigate in icy waters. 2 x Simrad 25 auto pilots, fully independent systems which can be operated from PC or Furuno. Furuno Satellite Compass (main compass and GPS) Cassens & Plath overhead Compass (magnetic) Furuno GPS 6 x Furuno RD-30 Furuno AIS class A Weather Caster / Airmar Radio’s: Iridium Pilot (always on) receiver for satellite telephony and satellite internet connection, 2 x Icom VHF, 1 x Icom SSB receiver, 2 x hands free Simultalk 4G radios with headsets for docking, 1 x Icom handheld VHF Carlisle and Finch 400w spotlight with duel station remote Control for the hydraulic TRAC stabilisers. Kahlenberg horn Fuel flow scan meters Hatch monitor panel. (Sensors have been fitted to all hatches and ports which indicate by a light if open) Many more of the control panels for systems around the boat are located in the pilothouse including the 12 and 24-volt panel.
In the pilothouse there is also a good office with shelves, drawers, an office desk with a wallmounted computer screen serving the central ships computer/entertainment server. This is also the center of L’Adagios comprehensive IT network.
Cisco routers and switches as well as a Pepwave Max HD2 as the main provider of Internet via Satellite, Wifi from shore, 3G, 4G, cabel, or teetering.
From the stern:
Larger teak covered swim platform with folding cleat, deployable swim ladder and four large stainless steel safety guards (staples). Glendenning shore power retrieval locker, larger central hawse pipe. Stairs both port and starboard to large cockpit.
Teak covered cockpit with two access hatched to the Lazerette, Varnished teak cap rail to the transom, built in seating with removable teak expanding table and further teak seating. All seating is covered with attractive blue and white fabric. The cockpit has dining capability for 10.
To the starboard side is one of six control stations enabling easy and excellent visibility for alongside docking and or Mediterranean mooring.
Large electric BBQ with work surface and cupboards under, granite chopping block and sink with mixer taps.
Electric windlasses each side with foot switches used for warping work.
Locker with compressed air nozzle, fresh water and salt water tapes.
Walk way to port has boarding door and leads to large storage cupboard, ideal for wet suites etc.
Walk way to starboard has boarding door and single door access to the inner lobby by the main electrical control board. The walk way continues to the foredeck via 6 steps.
Foredeck with 6M Ribeye tender: with 115 hp Yamaha to port with removable mounts and a further small tender, deck mounted to port. Large Marquip davit 2500 lbs /telescopic system.
A fiberglass storage box is located under the boom of the davit for storage and also supplies compressed air spigot and fresh water and sea water taps.
Large deck lockers port and starboard.
Port and starboard chain lockers for the twin Maxwell 4500 hydraulic windlasses with two 135 kg anchor.
Steps from foredeck to the Portuguese bridge with a beautifully engineered pantograph hinged door. The Portuguese bridge and aft pilothouse deck is teak decked. Storage lockers and tender fuel tank access. Port and starboard Portuguese bridge controls. Access down both sides of the pilothouse with boarding gates to each side to allow access if berthed alongside jetty or high berth. The area behind the pilothouse opens to a lovely aft deck which is completely covered by the flybridge aft deck with attractive custom sofa and seating with low level table. Located on this deck in each aft corner are two Switlik 6 man life rafts (full Solas compliant).
Port and starboard side are ‘flopper stopper’ poles with associated rigs.
Access by the stairs from the Pilothouse. Protected from the sun by a fiberglass hard top, the flybridge is the second control center for the boat with 360 degree visibility from the two Stidd helm chairs with many of the main instruments and control systems repeated from the Pilothouse to the well laid out panels on the flybridge. Behind the helm chairs off set to starboard is further seating with teak topped table, BBQ / grill with work tops, sink, and fridge. Behind the stack system is a continuation of the flybridge deck which is open and a further area to relax and enjoy the sunsets
Access from stair case portside between galley and saloon.
Carpeted and the location of the wine storage. Capable to store 100 bottles with thermostatically controlled cooler.
Separate storage cupboards and drawers.
Guest Cabin 1 (Starboard side)
Queen sized bed with custom mattress, hanging lockers, vanity desk and mirror above.
Guest Cabin 2 (starboard side)
Queen sized bed with custom mattress, hanging lockers and extra pull out bunk. Wall mounted TV and own en-suite head with vaccu-flush head, sink with shower unit.
Marble floor and granite tops with oval sink, mixer taps with mirror fronted cupboard above and drawers below. Walk in shower and head.
Utility / Potential Crew Cabin
Currently being used as a utility room with Miele washer and dryer, Sub Zero below counter fridge / freezer, microwave, sink with mixer taps, granite tops, storage cabinets above.
To turn this area into a crew cabin could be achieved with minimal work.
Located just forward of the engine room, fully fitted with stainless steelwork tops and vice. Cabinets above storing fittings, large inventory of spare parts, associated equipment and all relevant manuals for the engine room. Below is a Snap-on tools box with every conceivable tool.
Located behind a water tight door, the engine room as with the rest of the boat is well laid out enabling the owner to operate, maintain and move about the engine room with ease.
Main engines: Twin MTU Detroit series 60 400 hp.1800 RPM. Engine hours: 5200 stbd & Port
Engine room starting station for main engines
2 x Larger duplex raw water strainers for main engines
PSS drip less shaft seals
Fuel manifold and transfer system
Standard fuel filter system
Large capacity Alfa Level fuel polishing system with fuel flow counter system
Flow scan with read outs in pilothouse
Sea chest for gensets, AC, water makers etc
Central vacuum system
40 KW Onan Genset. Hours: 1500
17.5 KW Onan Genset . Hours: 4100
Water softener for dockside water
25KVA Atlas power conversions system.
60 Hz inverter system
2 x 800 USG Village Marine water makers
24/100 Battery Charger
Glendenning shore power retrieval system
Fishing kit including a number of rods and reels.
Air conditioning system
Lovely open space with free standing extending dining room table to port (seating for 6 people) and custom, very comfortable fabric covered large sofa to starboard. Elegant custom wall lighting throughout the Saloon which match the lamps on the cabinet tops,
Forward of the dining table on the portside is plenty of shelving for books and also a display cabinet for glasses etc.
To port is a large 42” plasma TV on a lift system which can be comfortably watched from the starboard sofa or stand alone arm chairs. On the starboard aft corner of the saloon is a cabinet housing the custom Sonos controlled Yamaha digital surround sound music and Denon DVD entertainment system control centre supplying different entertainment around the boat.
The larger windows in the saloon have custom Hunter Douglas blinds, known as Silolite blinds.
The main Electrical control panel is located between the saloon and galley in a small lobby with door to starboard.
Very well appointed Galley with Miele electric oven and hob with Miele extractor over, further Miele microwave and oven, Miele full size dishwasher, Sub Zero large fridge with 2 freezer drawers below and 2 further freezer drawers with ice maker. All Sub Zero units have teak facing. Trash compactor. Double sink with mixer tapes, garbage disposal, UV sterilized, carbon filtered drinking water tap, soap dispenser,
On the left upon entering the galley there is a large walk in pantry with shelving, ideal for storage.
Sink with mixer taps, mirror fronted cabinets above. Ports light to port. Tecma head.
Light and spacious cabin with larger rectangular ports to both port and starboard fitted with the custom two style blinds for night and privacy day blind. King sized bed with custom tempurpedic mattress, vanity unit to starboard and opposite the bed against the forward bulkhead is a TV lift with 32” plasma.
The cabin is carpeted through out. Numerous cupboards, drawers and hanging lockers.
Double sink with mixer taps with mirror fronted cabinets above and storage cabinet below. Large bath with mixer tapes and Jacuzzi. Separate large walk-in shower with seating and storage cupboard. Tecma head.
L’Adagio is fully European tax paid. It is important to note that it has become increasing more difficult and will continue to be more difficult for vessels that do not have European tax paid status to operate in Europe without inherently attracting attention from the authorities. Therefore L’Adagio represents outstanding value and a very safe and secure financial purchase.