Now this is a rare and very pretty Italian lady – she is the only one we have seen in the UK. Built by Cerri Marine (and you can see that this was a very expensive kit to piece together), she combines a beautifully-built interior, with sinuous joinery, clever use of space to fool you that you are on a bigger boat, and a really nicely done heads and shower compartment. On deck, the main helm bench can roll aft to face the cockpit table, and the whole aft cockpit area can also form an occasional sun-pad if needed. This, twinned with a flush foredeck (obligatory sun cushions are provided), and walk-around side decks makes her a truly versatile and easily-managed sports-boat.
With a Category B build stamp, her hull is a good deep-vee style, and gives strong upwind performance without slamming. There is plenty of grunt from twin Mercruiser D-Tronic diesels on Bravo 3 sterndrive legs, and she will happily cruise in the mid-twenties. Her helm is clear and uncluttered, with the stainless steel-rimmed screen giving some protection from the breeze, and a full canopy system is being sold with her to allow complete cover over the helm and cockpit.
So to sum up, if you are looking for a performance diesel cruiser with four berths, an internal shower, joinery which is well up there in terms of finish with the best in the business, and a big, open cockpit, then you really do need to check out this classy Italian exotic from Cerri Marine.