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La Cattiva

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Leading international designer Ed Dubois was commissioned to create Taramber – this heralded the beginning of our close association with the Dubois team which has seen partnership in the build of nine yachts to date.

Dubois’ brief was to create a striking, technologically advanced vessel that would be a pleasure for the Owner to sail with a small crew. Terence Disdale, known for his love of classic boats and fine craftsmanship, was commissioned for the interior design. He designed the interior on Taramber to appeal to those who truly understand the essential features that make a quality yacht stand out from the masses.

Now known as La Cattiva, the yacht’s accommodation is comprised of an Owner’s double cabin and three additional twin-bedded guest cabins all with en-suite. The main saloon and wheel house has a spectacular continuous 315 degree view through tinted glass, with an open plan design leading down to the main saloon and dining room.

Spec

BUILDER Pendennis

YEAR OF BUILD 1991

FORMER NAME Taramber

TYPE Sailing Yacht - Ketch

NAVAL ARCHITECT Dubois Naval Architects

EXTERIOR STYLING Dubois Naval Architects

INTERIOR DESIGN Terence Disdale Design

CONSTRUCTION Aluminium

LOA 37.4m (122.7ft)

BEAM 8.2m (26.9ft)

DRAFT 3.5m (11.48ft)

MAX SPEED 12 knots

DISPLACEMENT 145 tons

PENDENNIS REFIT YEAR 2014

PENDENNIS REFIT LOCATION Pendennis Palma

AWARDS Winner: Best Sailing Yacht over 35m – ShowBoats Magazine

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