Her interior, a harmonious blend of mahagony wood furniture, hand woven carpets with original and unique patterns, lacquered panels; give a feeling of warm luxury and relaxed charm. She offers a perfect environment for both relaxing and entertaining.
The upper deck also provides an ideal area for relaxation and entertainement, wether enjoying a drinf from the bar or dining "al fresco" whilst under way or at anchor in a scheduled bay.
Forward on the main deck is the full beam Owner's suite. This elegant and spacious cabin features a study, ample closet space and an en-suite bathroom.
Guest will appreciate Costa Magna's abundant deck space for relaxing and sunbathing, however as a more active alternative the yacht also carries a wide variety of water toys.
MAIN DECK :
The large OWNER’S SUITE is forward on the main deck. The foremost part occupies the full width OWNER’S BATHROOM finished in the rose pink marble. The bathroom has access through doors on the port and starboard sides. Amidships is a large marble bath with phone shower. On the starboard side of the bath is a bidet, concealed, and a washbasin. On the port side are the toilets, which are concealed, and a washbasin. Next is the centrally positioned double bed with bedside tables on either side. On either side of this stateroom are two sofas. Further aft is the OWNER’S STUDY. To starboard is a desk and executive chair. Opposite is a sofa and coffee table. This cabin has ample locker and hanging space.
On the starboard side of the aft bulkhead is a door giving private access to the on-deck bathroom with a head, bidet and washbasin (access for guest is from the passage way running down the starboard side).
Access to the owner’s quarters if from this starboard side passageway. Here is access up to the wheelhouse and down to the guest quarters.
Amidships, through a door from the passageway, is the L-shaped GALLEY and PANTRY AREA. Forward to port are the stairs leading down to the crew’s quarters.
Aft, through the pantry door, to the DINING ROOM with a large round table for ten guest. and the MAIN SALOON which has an intimate central seating area with two sofas facing each other. There are two sliding doors leading from the saloon to the large AFT DECK.
LOWER DECK :
From forward is the CREW AREA with to port an UPPER and LOWER BERTH CABIN and to starboard an UPPER and LOWER BERTH CABIN with a bathroom ensuite including a shower, head and washbasin. Aft to port is a bathroom with a shower, head and double wash basin. Aft to port is a TRIPLE BERTH CABIN. The CREW MESS has a dining table with a U-shaped settee. There is a video library with a television and video recorder. In the starboard corner is an electric Miele 4-burner ring stove and double stainless sink. Along the aft bulkhead are large refrigerator and deepfreeze storage. Aft to port of the crew mess is the LAUNDRY AREA. Aft (through a watertight door) is a walk-in COLD DRY STORE. Aft to port is a bathroom with a head. Aft of this is a TWIN CABIN with upper and lower berths. Then there is the stairway for the crew access to the main deck. There is an emergency crew exit from the forward crew cabin.
Aft, through a door, is the crew service access to the lower deck GUEST ACCOMMODATION. To starboard is a DOUBLE BEDDED CABIN with a bathroom ensuite including a bath with a telephone type shower, a double sink and an adjoining head and bidet area. The cabin is equipped with a radio cassette and an internal phone. There are hanging lockers and drawers. Aft to port is a small TWIN BEDDED CABIN, which has two berths, installed, one athwart ships and one the length of the vessel. Aft to starboard is a DOUBLE BEDDED CABIN with a bathroom ensuite with a bath, a double sink, adjoining bidet and head area. This cabin has a sofa, radio cassette player and internal phone. There are hanging lockers and drawer space. Aft to port is a TWIN BEDDED CABIN with a bathroom ensuite with a shower stall, a double sink and adjoining head and bidet area. The cabin is equipped with a radio cassette player and an internal phone. There are hanging lockers and drawer space. There are storage cupboards in the hallway.
From the engine room there is a possibility of access to the GARAGE with a lift to aft deck (not in use presently). Access is through the hinged aft bulwarks and ramp to the shore.
UPPER DECK :
Forward the wheelhouse is L-shaped with the radio room area on the port side and the entrance to the CAPTAIN’S CABIN on the starboard side. The captain’s cabin has a single bed that can be opened o form double. There is a desk and an ensuite bathroom with a shower, head and washbasin.
From the radio room area is a door leading to a short passageway from which is access to a DAY POWDER ROOM and to the SKY BAR. This has a L-shaped seating to port and to starboard and a bar with a small stainless steel sink and an Electrolux frigo bar with icemaker. There is a Sony CD cassette radio system. Double sliding doors lead onto the UPPER DECK with 3 large dining tables. The deck of the guest area is teaked and the working area (boat deck) is painted. To port are 2 x Yamaha wave riders. There are two Novamarine tenders.
Up from a corridor is access to the FLYBRIDGE AREA, which is teaked. There is a steering consul amidships with a bench seat with duplicate controls. An extension was constructed in 1999 to give a total of 60 m². There is a bimini top over the fly bridge.
Accommodation : 10 / 12 guests in 5 cabins, 5 ensuite bathrooms
Crew : 9 crew in 5 cabins, 4 ensuite bathrooms
Fuel : 90,055 litres / 23,780 US Gal.
Fresh Water : 20,014 litres / 5,285 US Gal.
Lube Oil : 1,500 litres / 396 US Gal.
Dirty Oil : 1,000 litres / 264 US Gal.
Grey / black Water : 2,000 litres / 528 US Gal.
Maximum : 13.5 knots at rpm
Cruising : 12 knots
Range : 4,000 nm at cruising speed
MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT :
Generators : 2x 115 kW Stamford generators driven by 671 Detroit diesels
Bow thruster : John Deer 6068TFM50Diesel engine
Sauer Danfos Hydraulic Pump
Hardy Engineering Hydraulic Motor
Stabilisers : 2 x Koopnautic
Electricity : 24V / 220V, 3 phase
Battery type : For the main engine’s : 4 x 200AH – 12V Acid type
Service Battery’s : 6 x 160 AH 12V Gel type
Emergency Battery’s : 2 x 160AH 12V gel type
Generator battery’s : 2 x 200AH 12V Acid type
Chargers : 380V 220V, 3 phase, 50 cycle & 24V
Fuel separator : Alfa Laval separator
Water maker’s : 5,677 litres / 1,500 US Gal./day
3,406 litres / 900 US Gal./day by 2 x reverse osmosis
Air-conditioning : 4 fan coil AC compressor (each cabin has its own modular air conditioning unit)
Fridge system with new compressors, seals and full revision 2001 & 2002
SAFETY EQUIPMENT :
Fire fighting : 29 x fire extinguishers – yearly checked
New fire alarm system installed in engine room in 1999
Life rafts : 2 x Bombard 12 Man
Life jackets : 23 x SOLAS approved life jackets
Life rings : 2 x Man over Board life rings and lights SOLAS
Flares : As per class
EPIRB : Yes SOLAS
First Aid kit / stretcher As per class
CCTV system : Ikegani video security system
Line Throwing Appliance Speedling
Emerg. breathing device Breathing apparatus for 2 fire fighters with complete SOLAS approved suits
NAVIGATIONAL EQUIPMENT :
Magnetic compass : Type
Gyro compass : Anschultz gyrocompass
Automatic Pilot : Anschultz autopilot
TMQ Bosun autopilot (2nd autopilot)
Echo sounder : Autohelm depth sounder and speed log
Furuno colour echo sounder
Radar : Arpa Raytheon M25 radar (conforms to GMDSS)
Furuno 72 mile radar
DGPS : FSN 70 satellite navigator Furuno GPS Navigator GP 80 (2 x GPS)
Charts : Large collection
Navtex : ICS Navtex (GMDSS)
Log : Brother fax tel fax copier
Wind instruments : VDO wind indicator and wind speed
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT :
SATCOM : Nera Saturn M Satellite Telephone System
VHF : Sailor VHF RT 2048 (GMDSS)
Loudhailer : Icom M719 SSB radio
Land line/intercom : Panasonic electronic telephone system
Bang & Olufsen and Siemens telephone handsets
Miscellaneous : Icom GM110 DSC panel (GMDSS)
Searocq stabiliser control unit
BRIDGE OFFICE EQUIPMENT :
PC : Yes
Fax/copier : Brother Fax tel fax copier
Monitors : 1 laptop
ENTERTAINMENT EQUIPMENT :
Television : Seatel satellite television system 1999
Television and video in saloon 1998
5 x televisions and videos in guest cabins 1999
Television and video in crew mess 1998
Music : 6 x Bang & Olufsen Music CD systems 1998
GALLEY and LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT :
Freezer : Large American Style
Refrigerator : Yes
Cooking unit : Large commercial Zanussi 4-burner stove and ovens
2 x large Zanussi electric plates and deep fryer
Microwave Oven : Dimension 4 micro wave
Dishwasher : Miele dishwasher
Sink grinder : Stainless steel sink
Ice Maker : Rinnai icemaker
ANCHOR/MOORING SYSTEM :
Anchor winch : Type Electro Rossi
Anchors : 2 x 210Kg
Chain : 2 x 170mm 21mm diameter
Capstans : Rossi type MRV 126F07 1.1kW
Mooring lines : As per class
2 Novomarine RH 450
2 Waverunners 800