Splendid Raffaelli Storm S 90, year 1993 powered by a pair of Caterpillar 435 hp.
Boat in good general condition, maintenance always performed.
The hull volumes are generous, the high sides and the habitability of the interior takes advantage without sacrificing comfort.
The hull is set on a V with variable geometry, very pronounced to the forward sections, which fades to the stern, to allow marine qualities appropriate to the offshore cruise.
The dead work becomes very important towards the stern, but maintains a good balance of masses and the whole retains a certain momentum, also because the deckhouse is very elongated.
The Flying Bridge can be reached by side stairs and extends partially above the cockpit. It is equipped with an elevated steering position, with space for stowage of the inflatable car, sundeck and roll-bar.
The cockpit has a nice teak dunnage and access door to the engine compartment.
At the bow extends a large comfortable sundeck for four people.
Entering from the large sliding window overlooking the cockpit leads to the living room divided into two areas, the first larger is arranged in the central area while the second is flanked by the main government post which is served by a large wraparound seat.
The interior finish involves a discreet use of high quality wood, elegant fabrics and light leather for the interior sky covering.
Behind the government post you go down to the kitchen, equipped with a double stainless steel sink, large gas stove and large built-in two-door refrigerator.
Through a door you enter the sailor's cabin that can be used as a galley if necessary.
The division of the sleeping area, which is obtained in the lower forward part, is classic, with the owner's double in the V bow, two side bathrooms with separate shower.
Along the left side, a guest cabin with beds side by side, while on the right side, a second guest cabin with two bunk beds.
Each room of the boat has been designed according to criteria of maximum functionality, in order to offer a high level of comfort for six people, in addition to the sailor.