SOLD - VERKOCHT
This 2003 VAT-paid Aicon 56 comes fully packed with option for an exceptional price.
The overall condition of the yacht is very good and is highly worth viewing!
Engines, gen-set, gearbox and controls:
2 x Caterpillar 3406E 800hp
710 engine hours
ZF 350A gearbox with 2.08:1 ratio
Radice 4 blade 33 x 41 propellers
BCS hydraulic steering with power assist
ZF Mathers electronic controls
12Kw Generator with sound insulation box
Fuel: 2801 Litres
Water: 802 Litres
Master mid-ship stateroom over her full beam
Master bathroom ensuite
VIP guestroom forward
VIP bathroom ensuite
Twin guestroom with bathroom
Wide dinette on port-side with TV cabinet
Large galley on starboard
Air conditioning in every room
Heating in every room
Cd/radio in every room
Creme leather upholstery
Silent flush toilets
Electric stern winches
Electric anchor winch
Bar on fly with grill, refrigerator and sink
Large sun pads and seating on fly
4 zone ceramic HOB
Large sink with mixer tab
Full size dishwasher
Raymarine chart plotter
Autohelm RS8400 VHF
All electronics with repeaters on fly
NaviSystem Satellite antenna
The Italian-built Aicon 56 perfectly reflects a wise style. An extra visibility is afforded by the familiar double-eye-shape side windows on most modern Italian motoryachts.
With 22.4 degrees of deadrise amidships and 16.8 degrees at the transom, the 56 is well suited for offshore service. She is responsive to the throttle, accelerates evenly and is predictable in high-speed turns.
Styling and interior design are not taken lightly in Italy, and if your taste in yachts is not encumbered by tradition, you will find the 56 a comfortable fit. Her exterior lines are a familiar refinement of what American yachtsmen seem to favor in the breed. Her rakish superstructure is accented with a low-slung arch. It is thoughtfully fitted with an extension that positions the radar above the captain s cap. Her slight reverse sheer terminates in a reverse transom that borders an integral swim/tender platform.
Rail gates are fitted on the side decks, and a hydraulic passerelle that can be retracted or deployed from shore by remote control.
An impressive, polished, stainless-steel framed sliding glass door on the afterdeck leads to the main saloon. Almost all the stainless steel aboard the 56 is fabricated at the yard. Aicon also crafts its own interiors, and the 56 s high-gloss cherry joinery has the detail and luster Italian yacht builders are famous for.
Interior decks and bulkheads are made of foam-cored FRP panels bonded in place there s virtually no plywood in the 56. Another element that promotes solidity and strength: a hull-to-deck joint that s secured with Sikaflex 292 polyurethane adhesive and stainless steel bolts on five-inch centers and four thoroughly hull-bonded bulkheads, two of the watertight collision-type, one fore, the other aft.
The engineroom is accessible from the afterdeck and, unlike some enginerooms on other manufacturers designs, is quite spacious and thoughtfully laid out. Machinery installations seem neat and tidy, and service points on the main engines and auxiliary systems appear to be within easy reach. Fuel is carried in two stainless-steel wing tanks that gravity feed a day tank on centerline. An 11kW generator with a sound shield is behind the engines. It has a top speed of 27.6 knots @ 2200 rpm.
A small compartment abaft the machinery space is designated as crew s quarters on the arrangement plan. The lazarette is accessible from the swim platform and is segregated with a watertight bulkhead.