NUVARI 63 – Año 2005

  • Nombre:Alsayad Segundo
  • Bandera:Española
  • Astillero:FANO Italy
  • Diseño: Nuvolari & Lenard
  • Categoría de diseño: A
  • Material:Fibra de vidrio
  • Eslora total: 19,20m
  • Eslora de casco:
  • Eslora flotación:
  • Manga:5,18m
  • Calado:1,60m
  • Desplazamiento en vacío: 000 Kg
  • Desplazamiento en carga: 000 Kg
  • Cabinas:3 + 1 marinería
  • Literas:6
  • Aseos:3 + 1 marinería
  • Capacidad de agua:1100 L
  • Marca del motor: 2 x MAN 1000CV
  • Potencia:  1000cv
  • Capacidad de combustible: 2 x 500l / 1x4000L
  • Capacidad Aguas negras: 500 L
  • Capacidad aguas grises: 150 L
  • Amarre: Puerto Deportivo Las Fuentes
  • Precio: 399.000,00€ (IVA no inlc)


Bandera española en lista 7ª. Impuesto de matriculación liquidado. Certificado de navegabilidad en zona 2 hasta el 2018.

2 motores MAN de 1000cv con 950h. Dos depósitos de combustible de 500l + un depósito central de 4000l. Hélice de proa y hélice de popa SIDE POWER SP 155tc de 8Kw. Flaps. Puesto de gobierno en bañera para maniobra.
Velocidad: 22 nudos a crucero y 30 nudos a máximo. Consumo a crucero 300l/h
Autonomía: 300 millas aprox

3 cabinas dobles con baños. Cabina de armador en popa. Salón con cocina a babor con bar y acceso a bodega. Cabina de marinería con acceso desde bañera o desde sala de máquinas con baño independiente. Flybridge con solárium y salón, con acceso directo desde el puesto de gobierno interior. Puerta lateral en puesto de gobierno.

En el flybridge:
GPS plotter RAYMARINE E120. 2 displays RAYMARINE ST290 electronic compass, RAYMARINE ST290 autopilot, RAYMARINE ST290 speed/depth. Doble estación de VHF RAYMARINE. Cámara para visión de popa.
En el interior:
Monitor tv para cámara de popa y motores. GPS plotter RAYMARINE E120. 2 displays RAYMARINE ST290 compas electrónico, RAYMARINE ST290 autopilot, RAYMARINE ST290 speed/depth. Doble estación de VHF RAYMARINE. VHF portátil JOTRON. Antena de TV + antena para TV Satelite + WIFI. Antena Radar.

Equipo de cubierta
Teca en bañera y en plataforma de popa. 2 cabestrantes eléctricos de maniobra en popa. Pasarela BESENZONI. Escalera de baño retráctil. Ducha de bañera con agua fría y caliente. Auxiliar AVON 320 jet. Toma de agua dulce directa de muelle. Mesa fija en bañera. Lonas de cierres laterales de bañera. Colchonetas de solárium en proa y en flybridge. Molinete eléctrico QUICK 1500 w. Grill y nevera eléctrica Isotherm en flybridge. Mesa abatible en flybridge y bimini. Altavoces en bañera y en flybridge. Megáfono y faro pirata. Luces de cortesía en flybridge y bañera.

Confort interior
Cocina completa con mueble bar y bodega. Electrodomésticos WHIRLPOOL. Vitrocerámica. Campana extractora. Horno. Nevera con doble cierre. Lavavajillas. En bodega lavadora secadora y congelador. Ice maker VITRIFRIGO.
Televisor en salón y en cada cabina. Equipo de música BOSE con altavoces BOSE en salón y en cada cabina. Aire Acondicionado en cada cabina, incluida cabina de marinería, de 48.000 BTU. Techma electric Vacum flush WC en cada baño. Duchas separadas en cada baño. Termo de agua caliente.

Toma de puerto de 220v y enchufes a bordo en todas las cabinas. 3 cargadores de batería de 240Ah. 4 baterías de motor + 8 baterías de servicio 140Ah. 4 baterías para la hélice de proa 2016 y 4 baterías para la hélice de popa pendiente de sustitución. Generador ONAN. Inverter.

Equipo de seguridad completo para zona 3. 2 balsas salvavidas de 6pax (última revisión mayo’16). Radiobaliza KANNAD

Embarcación de primer propietario. Uso particular. Navegación habitual en baleares y costa de levante.  Mantenimiento profesional contratado durante todo el año. Antifouling y revisiones de motor realizados anualmente (Último antifouling  junio 2016 y revisión de motor y de generador junio 2016). Limpieza anual de la teca de bañera.

Mantenimiento y mejoras 2016:
Revisión de motor realizada en junio 2016, cambio de filtros de aceite, de gasoil, de aire y cambio de aceite.
Revisión de generador, cambio de filtros y de turbina.
Bimini y fundas cambiados en 2016.
4 x Baterías de hélice de proa 2016

El Nuvari 63 fue construido en Fano, Italia, por Nuvari junto con Dominator. Este modelo ahora se llama el Dominator 64 y fue construido por el aclamado equipo de diseño  Nuvolari-Lenard.
When European boatbuilders began selling yachts geared toward Americans’ desire for interior space and savvy design, stateside boatbuilders took notice. Not wanting to miss out on the trend, Carver Yachts enlisted European design team Nuvolari & Lenard to create a model that would be Italian-made, but with American influence.
The result is the Nuvari Sonic 63, a build intended for the cruising couple who wants to travel in style with enough space to bring the whole family aboard. The collaboration between Carver and the Italians proved to be a success.
“We wanted to combine Italian design flair with Italian craftsmanship and U.S. engineering standards, so Italy was the logical place to build the new range”, said Robert van Grunsven, the head of Genmar’s yacht division and president of Carver.
The 63’s design is among the most well integrated on the market. The style flows from bow to stern without giving the impression that bits have been added on as afterthoughts. Carver and Nuvari wanted to offer high levels of customization with a huge range of options, so the European and U.S. versions are different. The main variation between the two is in the galley, which is on the main deck on the U.S. version. The wiring and generators also are continent-specific, but these differences do not affect the boat’s style. You can also specify a four-cabin layout for family use, but the three-cabin version on the boat I tested seemed very comfortable.
Underwater is a deep-V hull with enough deadrise to cushion the ride. Chines are modest in size to reduce hard impacts, and they extend outward as they run aft to improve stability, particularly in turns. A sweeping, low knuckle in the topsides runs low aft, creating almost a second chine. The result is a yacht that behaves herself, copes with changing sea conditions and produces the sort of dignified ride that should be a part of every yachting experience.
Even with a low bulwark around the deck, the topsides still appear in proportion. A knuckle in the topsides helps elongate the profile and keep spray under control. A solid-looking handrail, for security, tops the bulwarks. The stainless steel on the Sonic is the best I have seen-her custom after fairleads are almost a work of art. No wonder the builder uses stainless steel throughout the design.
The low arch abaft the sundeck emphasizes the flying bridge’s low lines, but it sets the radar antenna very low. As a result, people on the flying bridge could obstruct the radar picture. Otherwise, the area is designed for pleasure. Cabinets house the refrigerator and an electric barbecue. Forward are three seats at the helm and a couple of side seats, so everyone can look in on the progress of the boat. The low windscreen does a good job deflecting wind. Handrails are placed where needed, but the white surfaces here could cause some glare in the sun.
The curved teak steps from the helm are attractive and easy to use thanks to stainless-steel handholds in all the right places. The teak cockpit is similarly practical, with a central passerelle. Since the flying bridge is occupied, tender stowage is at the swim platform. Two fixed seats are in the cockpit, and a table and extra chairs tuck away in lockers just inside the saloon’s doors. Touches such as a locker for shoes, covered mooring facilities and an after control station add to the area’s appeal.
The quality of the saloon’s interior finish equals or surpasses the best of the Europeans. As on many yachts, cherry was selected for this area, but on the Sonic, a matte finish replaces the usual high-gloss lacquer. Burl provides a pleasing contrast on the furniture tops, and the décor has extensive wood inserts. Wood framing around the windows also helps raise the high-quality image.
The rucked leather settee to starboard faces a long curved bar counter, which, on the European version, hides the galley below. On the U.S. version, this counter forms the front of the galley. The galley has just a microwave oven rather than a proper one-a growing trend-but the electric stovetop is good. The area also includes a dishwasher and full-height refrigerator. Steps lead down to the utility room, which houses a freezer, laundry area and generous space for stowage.
Two steps up from the saloon is the dining area, which has a table with a curved settee and stools that can accommodate eight. Opposite is an internal stairway to the flying bridge, and forward is the lower helm. In contrast with the helm on the flying bridge, this one is a rather lonely place, with just a single seat facing the nicely laid-out dash. The seat is fully adjustable, and all controls are within easy reach. The wide windscreen pillars, however, restrict the view, and sun glare from the dashboard does not help.
The boat’s designers have resisted the temptation to cram in as many berths as possible. With just three staterooms, the Sonic’s accommodations are a joy-restful and embracing. You won’t want to leave the full-beam master stateroom, with its large berth and snug settee. Heads are finished in marble (a warm pink on our test boat) and are large enough for comfortable use. A twin cabin is to port, and forward is the VIP stateroom.
Twin 1,050 hp MAN diesels power this beauty to a top speed of more than 30 knots, and they feel comfortable cruising at around 27 knots. The engines are coupled with a conventional propulsion system that promises reliability, with a layout designed for easy access. Tucked abaft the engine compartment is an optional crew cabin complete with a tiny head. The cockpit’s seat cushions lift for access to this area.

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