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New version of Blu Ice 38 V

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Blue Ice, brand of Sea Engineering group, is getting ready to release a new renovated version of the Blu Ice 38 V.

The boat represents one of the historical and most successful models of the shipyard: the new version, even if will maintains the basic features, introduces several changes that will make life on board even more comfortable, providing at the same time a touch of elegance to the exterior lines.

Blue Ice 38 V is an open, sport-oriented vessel, rich in standard equipment and largely customisable. A perfect balance between performances and comfort.

The spaces compartmentalization is excellent and enables to exploit all the 11-meters boat’s length at their best: the interiors, that includes two double bedrooms, a bathroom with a shower and a comfortable dinette, gains several centimetres in height. Interior spaces are very bright, thanks to the abundance of windows, incorporated in a bulwarks’ board that gave the exterior lines an even slender look.

The main innovation concerns the cockpit: organised on only one level, it hosts a comfortable chaise longue, 1.15 meters long and 1.25 meters large, and pointed towards the bow a double sofa (2.40 meters long and 1.25 meters large), which can be transformed in a large sunpad area that looks towards the stern, thanks to the disappearing 6-people table. The sofas are now even more comfortable thanks to the new sunshade that comes out from the seatbacks and the two opposite-facing backrests. Table and sofas are in central position so to free the lateral passages at both sides. The bimini is electronically activated for an easy use. The backlit stern openings add more elegance to the boat’s design, hiding the fuel filler, and making the new Blue Ice 38 V look even more captivating.

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Equipped with two Volvo Penta engines 300 hp (D4 300 DP), the new 38 V can guarantee excellent velocity in total safety, easily reaching the 40 knots. The highly efficient new hull ensures high autonomy and low consumptions (are around 60 l/h at cruising speed of 31 knots). A solution with two Volvo Penta D6 370 DP 370 hp engines is also available.

It is a period of great dynamism for Sea Engineering Group, that owns the Blue Ice, Blu Martin and Evo Yachts brands. The new Blue Ice 38 V isn’t the only novelty: in September 2015 it was Evo 43’s turn, the first innovative model of Evo Yachts, while few weeks ago took the first drawings of the 13.90 Blu Martin were officially presented.

The new Blue Ice 38 V will be completed within summer 2016 and will be officially presented at the 2016 Cannes Yachting Festival next September, together with the new Blu Martin 13.90.

 

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