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2 Stelle 3 Letti disponibili 2 Temporary Berths 9.30m x 3.10m » Disponibilità

Ideale per le coppie. Tariffa speciale per 2 adulti soli o con 1 bambino fino a 18 anni.
Cabina di prua con letto matrimoniale, appendiabiti e armadietti.
Nel centro, 1 letto singolo nel corridoio, bagno adiacente con doccia, lavabo e WC.
A poppa, soggiorno con cucina attrezzata e panca trasformabile in letto matrimoniale.
Plancia di comando sopraelevata, grande tetto apribile.
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Questa Pénichette è dotata: 

di un motore diesel 37 CV, la corrente (12 volt) è prodotta da un generatore di corrente collegato al motore. Sul quadro di bordo è disponibile una presa di corrente del tipo "accendisigari" (per il telefono, videocamera...).
Presa 230V disponibile nel salone (se collegamento alla banchina).
Grande tetto apribile e numerose vetrate.
Acqua corrente, fredda e calda.
L'acqua calda è ottenuta da uno scalda acqua o dal funzionamento del motore.
Il riscaldamento ad aria forzata assicura nell’abitacolo un buon comfort in tutte le stagioni.
Lettore/Radio CD.


La cucina è attrezzata con un frigorifero, un forno, un piano cottura (3 piastre), lavello e attrezzi vari.
L'inventario delle stoviglie, dell’attrezzatura della cucina, della manutenzione e della sicurezza viene fornito al momento della prenotazione.
Passerelle fornite.


Principali Dimensioni


Lunghezza : 9.30 m
Larghezza : 3,10 m
Tirante d'aria : 2,50 m
Tirante d'acqua : 0,65 m

 

Principali Capacità


Acqua potabile : 430 l
Gasolio : 220 l
Consumo del motore : 3,2 l/ h
Frigorifero : 135 l
Vol. degli armadietti
e cassetti* : 2,4 m³
* Armadietti e cassetti vari

 

Altezze interne


Prua : 1,82 m
Poppa : 1,85 m
Centrale : 1,91 m 

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