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2010 Donzi R73 - ONE MORE DAY
The Roscioli Donzi R73 developed and designed by Bob Roscioli, has combined form and function into an unbelievable performance machine second to none. Utilizing the newest developments in oil bath drive systems combined with the DDC MTU 2000 common rail engines plus a new innovative underwater exhaust system, the R73 is unquestionably the finest sport fishing vessel on the market today. The open bridge arrangement and stateroom configuration provide the best in traveling comfort for owners, guests and crew. The exterior paint and varnish lead the industry and the interior appointments have been custom designed and finished to perfection. If you are in the market for a large sportfish yacht, we challenge you to sea trial any yacht on the market and then compare it to the Donzi 73 Sportfish Yacht. You simply must experience the quality and performance to believe it.
As you enter the double teak doors to the salon, the entire open plan salon/galley is before you. On the starboard side, sofa seating is built in with storage beneath; a custom cocktail table provides storage for wine or other articles. On the port side is the cabinetry that houses the main entertainment system and LCD TV. Media storage and the salon electrical panel are also located here. The chilled water air conditioning flows through the soffits on each side at the headliner, providing cool ambient temperature.
This view shows the dinette and seating together with the galley bar and pedestal seating. The countertop is light weight granite bordered with teak to create a soft look and function as a drip molding. The dimmable lights in the headliner add task as well as mood lighting to the entire area.
This low profile full function galley is wonderful to work in. Front loading refrigerator freezers are custom stainless steel, with remote compressors. This gives more storage and is quiet. A built in dish drawer cleans up the dishes or pots and pans held out of sight. A halogen cook top and a convection microwave round out the chef's gear. An ice machine is at the end of the counter for easy access to the glass storage and bar area. The cabinets are deep and plentiful for all the pantry space and dishware. A custom woven glass back splash accents the decor.
Book matched and sequenced teak is the venue for this spacious stateroom. Full hanging lockers and chest of drawers are a part of this living area. A reading lounge and port light make this an inviting area. Chilled water air conditioning flows quietly from the overhead soffit. Reading lights and overhead lights are controlled from the bedside built in tables.
A large sink and vanity area is flanked on one side by storage cabinets and a full shower with Rain Fixture on the other. The marine toilet is by Headhunter and is fresh water flush. The area has extraction fans and air conditioning duct. The sole is custom laid teak.
The queen-sized berth is centered forward to give maximum space and ease of entry to this comfortable bed. The base lifts with gas shock assist for access to storage. A full hanging locker and drawer space together with the port and starboard cabinets provide for clothes as well as ships gear. A LCD TV is mounted flush on the port side and a settee is to starboard. This stateroom also has a full shower and marine toilet.
This accommodation has upper and lower full twin size bunks, chilled water air conditioning, hanging locker and a full shower and marine toilet.
Here is where it all happens-from the twin 27.5 kw auxiliary generators to the powerful 16V2000, M91, 2000 HP MTU main engines. Not only is the power produced but transmitted to the propeller via a Sea Torque Drive System. This innovative drive transfers more of the developed horsepower to the propellers than conventional drives. The technology reduces noise and vibration as well. The entire space is fire protected with an automatic FM-200 fire suppression system which, when activated, closes the air intakes, shuts down the blowers, generators, and main engine prior to the discharges of the agent. Of course the Captain may override this. Just aft of the engine room is the machinery space. The main shore power panel, air-conditioning chillers, D.C. panel and equipment control switches are located here in easily accessible panels.
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