Designed by yacht designer and architect Paolo Rossi, the luxurious 42 foot long Italian yacht, the Mas 42' Sport, is an exclusive vessel rich in refined details and decor, both on the exterior and the interior. Great attention was paid to the overall design as well as the details.
even the anchor is beautiful:
Its elegance is matched with power; in fact, the twin engines can drive the vessel at a speed of more than 50 knots.
The Mas 42 Sport cabin can comfortably host up to 10 people. The exclusively designed interior is made with special materials and accents. Inside you'll find fine woods, modern lighting, a bed for two, stainless steel hardware, fold out leather banquettes, a modern and discreet bathroom with a mirrored backsplash and glass wash basin, a small refrigerator, a microwave, a sink and a tv.
With a overall length of 41.50 ft (12.64 meters), the Mas Sport 42 has a top speed of 54 knots and a cruising speed of 40 knots. It has a fuel tank capacity of 317 US gallons (1200 liters) and a water tank capacity of 90 US gallons (340 liters).
Life on board:
Okay, I'm ready. Who wants to go cruise the Italian Riveria with me?
About MAS shipyard
The shipyard blends creativity and technology with history and tradition. This tradition, in fact, inspired the acronym MAS, Motoscafo Anti Sommergibile Antisubmarine Boat).
This type of boat was the creation of Italian genius during World War I and used for its outstanding excellence in technical and tactical combat solutions. The poet Gabriele D’Annunzio, a fan of this technology, enthusiastically renamed it Memento Audere Semper (Remember Always to Dare). Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, a precursor of the futurist movement, called it a dynamic symbol of innovation. Its last heroic Captain was Prince Junio Valerio Borghese, who boldly led the X-MAS fleet. Today, MAS has revived this renowned and glorious vessel and is ready to entrust it to today’s brave Captains.
Via Roma, 8
22026 Maslianico (CO) - Italia
(+39) 031 34.21.35
(+39) 031 33.47.158
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