The AZP C65 system also gives the yacht a quiet ride. Because of the thrusters’ light weight, the engine room is placed farther aft, which reduces vibration in the guest cabins. Partially due to this noise reduction, the boat earned RINA Comfort Class classification. The yacht is the third launch in the Fast range to be powered by the technologically advanced AZP C65 propulsion system produced by Rolls-Royce. That system is linked to burly 2,450 hp MTU 16V 2000M96L diesels.
So i believe it’s more than fair to say that boat-show time in Miami can be hectic. With multiple venues, multiple languages and multiple bleeping traffic jams at every turn, anyone who has ever attended will tell you that a moment’s respite is at a high premium. That’s why I was happy to step aboard the Tiara Yachts F53 Flybridge one morning during the show with the builder’s director of marketing, David Glenn.
One of the best parts about the bahamas is that the islands provide direct access to a natural world that can be flat-out wondrous, particularly on the water. Outdoor activities are of paramount importance, creating an energy that makes many of the islands, including Eleuthera, “early to bed, early to rise” type places. It can be hard to find a light on past 10 p.m. The nightlife might be sparing, but come sunrise, the world is your oyster, or conch, as it may be.
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Selecting a term
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