From the prestigious Italian shipyard Primatist Yachts, this model Primatist Abbate G46 “Akasha” is available for rent by day charter and also to sleep on board, in port. The boat, of 2008, is in very good condition thanks to good annual maintenance, both at the technical level and interior design. A refit was made in 2018: mats, upholstery, teak … It is a yacht with enough sleeve for a length of 46 feet, which translates into more space and comfort, both indoors and on deck. Her exterior is new, spacious and very comfortable, with 2 solariums, one forward and one aft, with bathing platform and staircase. An outdoor dining room with table and sofas in the very spacious centre, protected from the sun with the hard top of the boat.
Primatist G46 Akasha interior offers a modern and clean decoration with a comfortable living room with equipped kitchen, and 2 cabins (Master + VIP) both with double beds and bathroom, allowing sleeping in port for 4 people. This Primatist G46 started in charter in 2018, with a refit of interior design and also engines. The skipper is super friendly and passionate about the sea, with clear customer orientation and, above all, make you spend an incredible day on board.
Her mooring in Botafoch adds an extra value to the boat for all the leisure options, cafes and shops that the port offers, which is to be appreciated when you want to take as a meeting point a good cafeteria where you can enjoy a good breakfast to start the day with energy, in a super-privileged environment. Primatist G46 Akasha is a spacious boat, very comfortable, with style and attention to the small details in which you will surely enjoy your day charter as much as possible and, more importantly, with very moderate fuel consumption for the dimensions of the boat.
The history of Primatist goes back to 1.873, founded by Giuseppe Abbate, dedicated to the construction of fishing boats and to the transport of food products in Lake Como, Italy. He took over from his son Guido (Bruno’s father), who at the end of 1930 was still a teenager mounted his first motor in a flat bottom boat. This is how the Abbate family’s passion for motor boats was born. The current director, Bruno, son of Guido, was well known and began first as a pilot before the constructor. In 1995 the line G is born (G means Guidino Abbate). In 2002 the concept of an electrohydraulic opening roof would become the fashion to be followed by the rest of shipyards.
Later Bruno and Marco Abbate would be associated with Sergio Pininfarina, a world leader in the design sector, in a collaboration agreement. From here everything arises in collaboration between the technicians of Primatist and Pininfarina Extra, headed by the engineer Paolo Pininfarina, and as a result the success of the series Primatist G.