MONACO YACHT SHOW, TUR DE BARCĂ CU DAVID SEAL, YACHTURI DE VANZARE | ROMOLINI

MONACO YACHT SHOW, TUR DE BARCĂ CU DAVID SEAL, YACHTURI DE VANZARE |  ROMOLINI



Canalul de Youtube al lui David Seal: https://www.youtube.com/c/Yachtsforsaleblog Pagina de Instagram a lui David Seal: https://www.instagram.com/yachtsforsaleblog/?next=%2F Urmărește-ne pe Instagram: Romolini Luxury Real Estate Account : https://www.instagram.com/romolini_christies/ Contul lui Danilo Romolini: https://www.instagram.com/danilo.romolini_realestate/ Contacte: Agenzia Romolini Immobiliare Srl Christie’s International Real Estate Biroul principal Via Trieste 10/C 52031 Anghiari (AR), Italia T. +39 0575 788 948 F. +39 0575 786 928 Showroom Via XX Settembre nr.152 52037 Sansepolcro (AR), Italia http://www.romolini.com http://www.LuxuryItalianProperty. it http://www.christiesrealestate.com http://www.christies.com 00:00 – Introducere 00:50 – Faceți cunoștință cu David Seal 01:56 – Despre iaht 02:50 – Secțiunea de control 04:01 – Puntea inferioară 05:20 – Bucătăria iahtului 06:25 – Dormitorul principal 08:14 – Restul dormitoarelor 10:53 – Ultima scenă cu David 11:42 – Turul iahtului Gitana 14:55 – Închidere #propertytour #monaco #italy #realestate #monacoyachtshow #davidseal #yachtforsale #luxury #luxuryhomes MB01V4NXUNCKTUW MB01XEVDCADHFPU MB01CGIT16LWXRO MB01E3CWOZAWQYE MB01EKCG4LPJIDE MB01DNMA0DRFSY8 MB01DNMA0DRFSY8 MB01JQNPGH5VG601BJJPGH5G601BJJPGH50

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31 thoughts on “MONACO YACHT SHOW, TUR DE BARCĂ CU DAVID SEAL, YACHTURI DE VANZARE | ROMOLINI

  1. After watching so many yachts in YouTube, I want to point out how rare those sliding doors are – and I can't get why, it is what I would choose to do, too

    Not only because of the space but they are way easier to close in case of an emergency

  2. This was much different than most your other videos. Doing it on a yacht, having another presenter with you, and not wearing shoes. Good color coordination wearing black sweater and black socks along with white dress shirt and white pants.

  3. The Yack o the Boat Is fantástic , Is wonderfull, to living o the party , Is more more, bello bello , the rooms , beatufull and the service áreas, amenities and excellent space , Is beatufull,Danilo , and Monaco is a Paradise in the Mar meditarrane, tk Danilo Baby face , the royal , the real state Prince, by wonderfull video .

  4. CIAO DANILO 🎁 THIS WAS LOVELY ! THE KITCHEN IN #1 WAS AMAZING ! BOTH OF THESE ARE VERY SPACIOUS ! I SEE YOU'VE BEEN LISTENING ! I'VE BEEN LOOKING INTO YACHTS AND CATAMARANS THIS PAST YEAR SINCE WE MET 😇 I'VE DECIDED ON THE RV OF MY DREAMS 🌹 ALL OF THESE LUXURY ITEMS HAVE A LONGER RECIEVING TIME PERIOD TO OBTAIN AS THEY ARE CUSTOMIZED FOR YOU THE BUYER / OWNER 🚀🎁‼️🌟 YOUR VILLAS SOMEONE HOPEFULLY HAS UPDATED AND RESTORED FOR US : SO YES ITS CUSTOM AND A LITTLE QUICKER TO GET INTO 🎁🎶🌴🙏😇🌹🚀🌻 HUGS SALVE 🌹🎁🍀

  5. IT'S NICE TO SEE MR. DAVID AND MR. DANILO SHARING KNOWLEDGE AND VIDEOS ! BOTH VESSELS ARE BEAUTIFULLY DONE 🎁🍀 YES GLAD YOU TALKED OF CREW AS THATS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU WOULD NEED TO MAINTAIN AND NAVIGATE YOUR FLOATING VILLA 🌹🍀🙏😇 WOW MY SON DID YOU EXCITEDLY FLY THROUGH YOUR SECOND VIDEO 🍀 YOU COULD SELL ICE CUBES TO POLAR BEARS ‼️GRATZI ROMOLINI FAMILY 🌹 SALVE I CANT WAIT TO RETURN TO ITALY ! ‼️🌹🍀🎁🌻🚀🌴🌺🎶🍋🍋🍋🍋

  6. Absolutely beautiful yacht, David. I love how spacious & airy it is. Most times boats have such a claustrophobic atmosphere, but this vessel looks so inviting & accommodating Thank you Danilo for continually showcasing such treasures each week!

  7. I like how all whirlpool spas you see, Danilo, are always pointed out as "Jacuzzi" and pronounced with an Italian flair….it's like if all cars are Ferrari! It would be nice to see more yachts in future. Your presentation skills seem to transfer outside real estate very well. Ciao

  8. Lovely yachts.

    My needs are for two separate yachts, preferably the Garcia 60 Exploration yacht or a 103ft Trehard with an aluminum hull, a centerboard, a ketch rig-configuration, and twin engines, rudders and screws for sailing on my own with minimal crew and an expedition yacht with a hangar for a helicopter and a small submarine or amphibious vehicle, like the Alucia or Itasca.

    Any sailing yacht with an aluminum hull, a centerboard and twin engines, rudders, and screws should be able to go anywhere.

    Any expedition yacht with a draft in excess of 16ft, depending on the height and weight of the superstructure, to counter the capsizing moment created by a displaced center of gravity, should also be able to go anywhere.

    Whereas an aluminum hull for sailing yachts is stronger than a steel hull of the same weight , except for the points at which it is welded, you still need a steel hull for motor yachts because of the large electric currents that can wreck the hull. For an expedition yacht, at the very least, I'd need hangars for a helicopter and a small submarine or amphibious vehicle and the ability to refuel an amphibious aircraft to truly explore distant shores from the yacht. A steel construction or minimal ice-plating of 3 or 2C suffices because I'd need ice-breaker assistance for serious ice-breaking, anyway, so why burden the yacht with needless plating, providing it can survive accidental impact with floating debris and ice. Thermal imagers, sonars, and radars can help me avoid serious icebergs.

    A yacht generally consumes 25 gallons for every 500 HP, so the major cost of operating a yacht is its fuel consumption, unless the intent is to park at the marina for partying.

    I believe 50 to 100 gallons/hour is quite reasonable because that translates into $12,000/day in fuel. The Alucia would consume around 150 to 300 GPH, but even that keeps the running cost of fuel below $30,000/day, which isn't excessive.

    It isn't the cost that bothers me, but my own solvency. If I can charter a yacht for $100K to $400K/day, I wouldn't really care how much it cost, but if I can't, then it has to be long-term viable.

    Crews are generally quite cheap–$75K to 100K for the captain, $60K to $70K for the first mate and $30,000K for deck hands.

    The cost of insurance and management can be around 10% of the cost of the yacht. Food and wine shouldn't exceed a couple of thousand dollars/day.

    I need a large saloon, a reasonable sundeck with a shallow pool, a sky-lounge for the cold regions, and a fly-bridge with a Jacuzzi for partying.

    As for the interior, I prefer a blend of stone(marble, granite or ceramic tiles) for low maintenance, wood for a touch of class and insulation, metal and glass for the highlights, and leather, again, for minimal maintenance effort. Fabrics and rugs I wouldn't mind for party yachts, but are best kept at a minimal just to break the monotony for truly expedition yachts.

    Aside from that, I'd want a comfortable owner's room with a desk and seating for 6. I would also want an office-cum library. The other state rooms can be reasonably sized, so the other guests spend most of the time outside their rooms.

    For an expedition yacht, I'd like to have small glass windows because of safett concerns, as one can encounter very large waves in the Southern Ocean and the north Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic oceans, whereas, for the tropics, I'd want to maximize the use of glass and windows for the views and the breezes. For a multiple-purpose yacht, one has to arrive at delicate balance of the two.

    I'm not sure, but I think Ocean 7, previously, was a 103ft Trehard sailing yacht.

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