|Length:||40' / 12.34 M|
|Beam:||13' 0" / 3.96 M|
|Draft:||2' 0" / 0.61 M.|
|Model:||Ocean Express Cruiser / Express|
|Engines:||Twin Yanmar 4LHA-DTE 190 H.P.|
|Cruising Speed:||20 Kts. / 23 MPH|
|Max Speed:||25 Kts. / 29 MPH|
Fort Lauderdale, United States
(Florida - S.E.)
|Asking Price:||$275,000 USD|
Ravello was built by Shannon Boat Company, a Rhode Island manufacturer founded in 1975 that has established a reputation for uncompromised safety and high performance. Ravello combines style & craftsmanship with superb ocean performance. Built in 2004, and restyled in 2016, Ravello's unique fuel efficient and ultra-stable hull design was awarded a patent by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Ravello offers twin diesel engines, cruising speed of 20 knots, a large cockpit with a hardtop and and full enclosure, and sleeping accommodations for four. Owned by the founder of Shannon Boat Company's family since 2012, she has been meticulously cared for and maintained.
The head features a removable teak grate sole and matching teak grate toilet seat cover, a Sealand Vacuflush toilet, and a stainless steel sink mounted on a Corian countertop. The sink faucet, shower head, and toilet paper holder are matching Moen products. There is a rack & hardware for an optional shower curtain. The head has an overhead light & under counter light, and a wall mounted mirror. There are 3 storage areas: a wet locker, a wall cabinet behind the toilet, and a base cabinet under the sink. An opening Vetus port hole provides fresh air ventilation & seacocks are made by Forespar.
Forward of the galley and head is the Main Salon.
The main salon has port and starboard settees, both of which can be converted to a single 6' 5 berths and both of which offer deep storage behind the seat cushions. Canvas cushions are beige with Thibaut accent pillows. On the port side, there is a storage cabinet, a Kenwood Sirius radio/CD player connected to cockpit and cabin speakers, and an Axcess flat screen television hidden behind a cabinet door. On the starboard side is a liquor cabinet equipped to hold six wine bottles in addition to extra beverage storage. A removable, varnished, drop-leaf mahogany dining table is mounted to the cabin sole and provides dining space for four. There are two opening Bomar hatches in the main salon with removable screens, and five opening Vetus portholes on either side for fresh air ventilation. The main salon also features overhead lights and four mounted brushed chrome reading lights.
Forward of the main salon is the Owner's Stateroom.
Shannon Boat Company, Inc. was founded in 1975 by renowned naval architect Walter Schulz to create extraordinary sail and power yachts of innovation and integrity, all built with uncompromised standards of construction.
Shannon's international reputation for building the finest semi-custom yachts is based on its ability to bring together the thousands of details necessary to create a beautiful yacht. Although each Shannon is a unique personalized vessel, all models exhibit the common theme of quality through attention to detail.
The builders of Shannons know the rigid requirements for making safe and enjoyable passages, whether on Long Island Sound or the Tasman Sea. They also know that to excel a yacht must respond to the personal requirements of its owner. As a result, Shannon builds only a limited number of yachts each year. While not an inexpensive approach, especially when compared to production boats, a Shannon emerges as the ultimate yacht, a fact confirmed by the extended length of individual ownership and consistently high resale value.
Shannons have logged over one million ocean miles, including an impressive list of circumnavigations and transoceanic passages. Since 1975, Shannon';s boat building experience has remained an unbroken, evolutionary chain.