itasca

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SuperYacht World - - Superyacht Fort Lauderdale Preview - Ed­mis­ton

Why is she so spe­cial? Built by J and K Smits Scheep­swer­ven in Hol­land in 1961 as an ocean-go­ing sal­vage tug, Itasca was in com­mer­cial ser­vice un­til 2000 be­fore con­ver­sion. Since then, she has cir­cum­nav­i­gated the world three times and was one of the first yachts to suc­cess­fully take on the North­west Pas­sage. She has just com­pleted her Lloyd’s five-year sur­vey. The hull is ice strength­ened, but she’s not all about rugged ex­plo­ration: she’s com­fort­able, with fa­cil­i­ties that in­clude a spa­cious gym and sauna. Look out for The range of 13,000 nau­ti­cal miles. Itasca re­de­fines the mean­ing of go-any­where. DATA LOA: 53.6m. Beam: 10.6m. Cruis­ing speed: 11 knots. Guests: 10. Crew: 12. Ask­ing price $19.95 mil­lion Con­tact www.ed­mis­ton.com

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