1982 Franchini Atlantide 47

EUR  150,000
Livorno, Italien
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Extensively refitted 2012-16

zweimotorig / diesel
Livorno, Italien
GFK (Fiberglas)
aktueller Preis:
EUR  150,000 Versteuert 

Stunning example of the very highly-regarded Franchini twin-screw pilot-saloon. Originally launched in 1982, she has been comprehensively refitted between 2012 and now by her naval architect owner. An enormous amount of hugely capable blue water cruising yacht for a very reasonable price.



The first Shipyard Franchini was founded by shipwright Michele Franchini (also known as Guido) in 1947 in an old “Hangar” war surplus, on Riccione’s harbour. Initially, orders were mainly work and fishing boats that helped to make known “Guido” in the seafaring environment of the Adriatic coast as one of the most attentive and quick makers of wooden boats with particular sturdiness and elegance.


It was in the late 50’s that “Guido” invented the “beach cutter” a boat inspired by the racing drift  type Flying Dutcham that thanks to their flat bottom could arrive up to the sandy beach in Riccione and upload the waiting tourists. Some of these boats are still in service along the beaches of Romagna.


In the early sixties thanks to the economic boom and the particular condition at the time of Riccione as fashionable resort destination of many “VIP”, “Guido” Franchini began to work on creating some interesting recreational boats and yachts including the “Black Hawk”, a schooner particularly appreciated both at sea and in the various events in which over the years has had the opportunity to participate.

Among the many distinguished clients in the mid-sixties, a certain Norberto Ferretti, who had asked him to turn an old wooden fishing boat in a pleasure motor-sailor. It was at this time that, to support the rebirth of the Yard, Massimo Franchini joined the company and the company was called Shipyard Franchini by Franchini Michele and Sons snc. The newly graduated architect brought its culture of  young designer eager to practice  his ability to understand of an increasingly large and demanding clientele.


Thus was born the “FORM 37”, later renamed “ADRIA 37”, the first of a generation of modern motorsailers, that while maintaining and emphasizing the qualities of roominess and comfort of the previous craft production, allowed a true sailing thanks to a hull without compromises with great balance and amazing performance: of this boat were produced over forty specimens. A respectable number considering the size of the market and the “handcrafted” structure of the company at that time.


The road was traced and, aware of the need to ensure and consolidate the reputation already acquired in the field of the cruise sailboats, Massimo Franchini, after having experimented with several other custom projects from 47 to 60 feet, some of which definitely more “forward “compared to the historical moment, he decided to focus on the design and to a young designer from Trieste, who was distinguished himself in the fields of race, Roberto Starkel, to draw a hull capable of supporting a new idea of ​​motorsailer characterized by a real apartment for the owner and by a clear distinction between areas for guests and for those maneuvers, all concentrated in “only” 45 feet. It was called “ATLANTIS 45” to emphasize the research for a new world and a new way of navigate with a sailboat.




RCD Status:

  • Our understanding is that the boat is exempt from the EU’s Recreational Craft Directive as she was first placed into use within the EEA prior June 1998.


Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • GRP hull, deck and superstructure.
  • White hull – painted 2000
  • Teak laid side decks, coachroof and cockpit – replaced 2000


Keel & Rudder:

  • Cast iron fin keel.
  • GRP rudder-blade supported by substantial half-depth skeg.
  • Rudder blade re-skinned 2012 and bushings replaced




Engine & gearbox:

  • 2x Yanmar 4JH2HTE turbo-charged diesel engines producing 75hp each
  • Mechanical gearboxes
  • Fresh­water cooled engines
  • Single lever engine controls
  • Twin Racor fuel filters


Maintenance & Performance:

  • Engine hours – approx. 1,450hrs as of August 2016
  • Cruising speed-  approx. 6.5 knots @ 1,600rpm
  • Maximum speed – approx. 10.5 knots @ 3,400rpm
  • Date of last engine service: 2016
  • Engines taken and out rebuilt 2013
  • Engine spaces refitted 2013


Propulsion & Steering:

  • 2x Maxprop 3-bladed feathering propellers
  • Wheel steering with stainless steel steering wheel and further helm station in pilot saloon.
  • Rudder angle indicators
  • 12vDC bowthruster with control at helm




Voltage systems:

  • 12vDC domestic systems with 220vAC via shore-power, generator or inverter


Battery Banks:

  • 2x 12vDC Mastervolt AGM 90Ah engine start batteries – 2013
  • 4x 12vDC Mastervolt AGM 130Ah service batteries joined in parallel to supply 520Ah @ 12vDC - 2016
  • 1x 12vDC Mastervolt Gel 140Ah dedicated battery for use with inverter - 2010
  • 1x 12vDC Mastervolt AGM 70Ah generator start battery – 2013



  • 3x Mastervolt Chargemaster 12/35-3 3-step 35Amp battery chargers - 2010
  • Mastervolt 12/1200 1.2kw inverter - 2010
  • Mastervolt Masterbus battery management system incorporating Master Shunt and Masterview control panel - 2010



  • Engine mounted alternators



  • Mase 2.5kva generator
  • Generator hours: approx. 2013
  • Generator removed and rebuilt - 2012


Other Electrical:

  • 230v shore power
  • Mastervolt Systemswitch 6kw (230v) AC distribution system taking inputs from shorepower, generator and inverter – 2016
  • Electrical system comprehensively overhauled 2012




Fresh Water:

  • The hot freshwater circuit is led into a well insulated 40 litre hot water tank, heated by engine or 230v AC immersion heater element - 2015
  • Deck showers at bow and stern
  • 12vDC fresh and salt water pumps
  • Inline filter for fresh water supply


Bilge Pumps:

  • 5x 12vDC electric bilge pumps – 2012
  • Manual bilge pump – 2012



  • All the sea cocks, valves, hose, all fittings both for fresh water and for the sea water and discharges from sinks and bathrooms replaced - 2015 





  • Approximately 750 litres in four tanks - 2012
  • Fuel tanks built in AISI 316L stainless steel, TIG welded and leak tested.
  • All diesel circuit, boarding pipes, transfer, supply, return, valves, etc. replaced 2012
  • All non-rubber parts have been installed in AISI 316 stainless steel as well as all clamps and bolts – 2012
  • Each fuel tank is trappable via a ball valve. 
  • Disassembled, cleaned and checked the sea water filters for engines and the generator, replaced all the pipes - 2012


Fresh Water:

  • Fresh water capacity is approximately 500 litres
  • Additional fresh water tank added - 2015


Holding Tanks:

  • 2x holding tanks




  • Simrad radar - 2000
  • Simrad colour chart plotter – 2012
  • Navionics chart plotter – 2000
  • Wifi connection for plotters
  • Simrad autopilot – 2000
  • Raymarine wind, speed, depth and log transducers with displays
  • Steering compass


Communications Equipment:

  • Simrad VHF with DSC controller and second station handset – date 2013





  • Gas cooker with 3-burners oven & grill , well gimballed with fiddle rails – 2010
  • 2x 80 litre refrigerators with 12vDC compressors – forward fridge replaced 2015



  • 2 Jabsco manual marine heads – 2015
  • Hot & cold pressurised water supplies with thermostatic showers in heads – 2015



  • LED cabin lighting - 2015



  • CD radio with speakers in master cabin with speakers – 2010
  • 22” LCD TV with DVD in master cabin - 2010
  • CD radio with speakers in saloon and cockpit - 2010
  • 22” LCD TV with DVD in saloon - 2010
  • CD radio in aft cabin space with speakers - 2010




Summary of Accommodation:

  • Master cabin forward with centreline island double berth.
  • Dressing room area with several cupboards and hanging lockers
  • Ensuite heads with shower
  • Raised saloon to starboard with dining seating for 6 people
  • Navigation and pilot saloon helm position to port
  • Admiships to port with twin sinks, stove and fridge.
  • Aft cabin with twin beds.
  • Heads compartment with shower


Accommodation Finish:

  • All interior woodwork in varnished honey teak
  • Floor is varnished teak wood with inlaid holly strips.
  • Laminate counters in galley and heads
  • White vinyl headlinings with teak battening.
  • Owner’s cabin mattress replaced - 2015





  • Bamar aluminium anodised mast and boom
  • Keel-stepped mast with 2-sets of spreaders
  • Stainless steel standing rigging – 2010
  • Inmast furling system
  • Manual genoa furler
  • Split backstays
  • Mainsheet forward of helm with adjustable track
  • Rod vang
  • Inner forestay for staysail (hank-on)
  • Checkstays
  • Spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast with adjustable track
  • Carbon fibre genneker pole – date 2016



  • Winch package by Antal
  • 2x 2-speed self-tailing  primary winches
  • 2x 2-speed spinnaker winches
  • 1x 2-speed self-tailing mainsheet furling winch
  • 1x 2-speed control line winch
  • 2x mast-mounted halyard winches



  • Inmast furling mainsail – Geosails – 2010
  • Furling genoa – Geosails - 2010
  • Hank on staysail -  Geosails - 2010
  • Storm Jib - 2000
  • Genneker - 2008



  • Stainless steel pulpit & pushpit
  • Double stainless lifelines.
  • Stainless steel aft bathing platform structure with teak treads - 2015
  • Pasarelle
  • Cockpit table with dining for 6 persons
  • Boom lights and bridge lights
  • Windscreen wipers


Anchoring & Mooring:

  • Lofrans 1,500w 12vDC reversing electric anchor windlass with remote control (remote replaced 2014)
  • 35kgs CQR primary anchor with 75m of 10mm galvanised chain
  • 25kgs Danforth anchor with 10m of 10mm chain
  • 8kgs Fortress anchor
  • Fenders with fender covers & warps


Tender & Outboard:

  • Arimar Air 270 cm inflatable tender complete with oarlocks and oars;
  • Yamaha 2-stroke 8hp outboard engine for tender
  • 3kgs anchor for tender


Covers, Cushions & Canvas:

  • Sprayhood with stainless steel frame
  • Bimini
  • 2x cockpit awnings
  • Cockpit cushions - 2014
  • Wheel cover


Safety Equipment:

  • Safety equipment for a crew of 8 persons including transom-stowed canister liferaft
  • Horn on mast
  • Smoke detection system, fire, high-level and bilges gas leak with GSM alarm - 2012



Lying - Livorno - Italy


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Saturday by prior appointment


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