2003 Apreamare 10 Cabinato

2003 Apreamare 10 Cabinato

Boat location: Wanssum / The Netherlands – inside GrandYachts showroom

VAT-paid

 98 pictures on our website grandyachts.eu and in high-resolution upon request by mail

 

The Apreamare 10 Cabinato is a rare find unlike the disliked Semi-cabinato and it just doesn’t come often on the market since the Cabinato owners just tend to keep them.

This Cabinato comes with some pleasant options like a Mase 3.5 Kw genset (120 hours only), a full stainless hydraulic Besenzoni gangway, a bow-thruster and a good electronics set.

The 10m replaced the 9m, which began production in 1988. Our boat is equipped with twin 300 hp Yanmar 6LP-STE diesels. The turbocharged, in-line, six-cylinder diesels are a good fit for the 10m Cabinato. The freshwater cooled compact engine gives you superior acceleration and are very smooth and clean, with minimal exhaust smoke blowing out the stern. The diesel has a waste gate, giving it improved acceleration by allowing the turbo to pressurize sooner.

Even with no trim-tabs applied, she planed with little effort. The bow stalled only momentarily until the turbos kicked in and shot the 10m onto a plane. If you use the trim-tabs just a little you are rewarded with an even smoother transition. I found choppy waters churning up the rest of the river Maas boating traffic, but the bow entered the seaway softly and effortlessly. Her 8-ton displacement helped provide a solid feel as I reached a top speed of 30.1 knots in the medium chop. Expect a comfortable cruising speed in the mid-20 knot range.

 

Sound is kept in the engineroom and out of the cockpit by lead-lined foam insulation and gaskets that line the engine compartment. Our sound readings did not exceed 83 decibels.

The hull is designed with a fine entry forward that transitions into hard chines aft. The hull shape is deceiving. The rounded stern gives the illusion of a soft chine aft, but the hard chine of the hull is carried aft and can be seen lurking just under the water.

She tracks and turns well at slower speeds. The steering is tight and she backs easily, making docking in a tight slip fairly painless.

Her hull is laid-up with solid fiberglass, although some coring is used on the deck. Gelcoat work was well executed and created a reflection-like finish.

The deck hardware and layout demonstrate the Sorrento, Italy, yard's experience. For more than four generations, Aprea Mare has quietly built everything from commercial fishing boats to the models that make up the company's range today. The teak decks (the best nonslip there is if you are up for a little more maintenance) are wide and make going forward easy. No matter where you are on the side decks, there is a handhold within reach. The welds on the 2-inch stainless steel are flawless; no rough seams between the stanchion and the railing. They are high enough to provide a secure passage. Forward, the Lofrans windlass sits on a raised platform in the middle of two lockers serving a stainless-steel anchor roller. A remote panel is at the helm station. A sunpad stretches across most of the forward cabin trunk

There are noticeable differences between the 9m and 10m in the cockpit and helm area. To gain more space in the interior, Aprea Mare pushed the cabin aft, reducing the area in the cockpit. However, the space on the 10m is more functional. The helm seat width is increased, providing enough space for a companion to ride shotgun. Seating is curved around the transom and, when the table is set, creates an ideal perch for a meal. A teak step leads down to the huge teak grate swimming platform with double! ladders.

The forward windshield is made up of two panels, and two large wipers easily slap water aside. The line of sight while seated or standing is excellent.

Interior volume is the most noticeable difference between the 9m and the 10m. The 3 metre plus beam affords the space of a larger vessel, complete with the amenities. Three steps curve down from the helm deck into the main cabin. An L-shape settee on the port side is large enough for lounging with the Sunday paper, delaying the trip back home while the boat tugs at her anchor. The galley is opposite and includes a two-burner stovetop that can be changed to induction if you like since you benefit of having a great 3.5Kw marine diesel generator. Furthermore you find Corian countertops, a deep sink and a brand new refrigerator.

A surprising feature on a boat this size is the separate shower stall in the head. Often, express-style boats need to be at least 12 metre long before they include a dry-head arrangement. Otherwise, you're forced to accept circular plastic doors in the middle of the head that appear ready to beam you up.

The forward stateroom includes an offset double berth, a seat and a hanging locker. Fresh breezes flowing in the interior will be plentiful thanks to six opening ports and an overhead hatch in the forward stateroom. The high-gloss finish of the American cherry and the boat's quality fabrics are above average.

Our Apreamare comes with good sun protection with an overall cockpit cover, breeze under and trough sun shades, a very good built bimini top on her bow that doesn’t even move when going 30 knots and of course you get a good cockpit cover that closes it completely.

She’s well worth viewing!, comes fully serviced as well. Shipping worldwide.

 

NEW: shaft bearings – polished and new balanced props - engine service – gearbox service – generator service – batteries – polish and wax – flooring.

  • General

    title 2003 Apreamare 10 Cabinato
    reference 8020638
    location Wanssum
    price: € 129000.00
    tax status: Paid
    flag of registry: NL
  • specifications

    brand: Apreamare
    model: 10 Cabinato
    material: Fiberglass
    make year: 2003
    length: 10.30
    beam: 3.35
    draft: 0.76
  • tanks

    water tank: 280.00
    black water tank: 50.00
    fuel tank: 720.00
  • interior

    single berth: 4
    head: 1
    bathroom: 1
    double berth: 2
    cabin: 1
  • engines

    brand: Yanmar
    model: 6LP-STE
    engine hours: 622
    engine power: 300.00 hp
    maximum speed: 30.00 knots
    cruising speed: 23.00 knots
    year: 2003
    fuel type: diesel
    drive type: Direct
    propellor type: 4 Blade, Bronze
    engine type: Inboard
  • features

    • Battery charger
    • Bimini top
    • Bow thruster
    • Cd player
    • Cockpit cover
    • Cockpit cushions
    • Cockpit shower
    • Cockpit speakers
    • Cockpit table
    • Compass
    • Deep freezer
    • Depthsounder
    • Electric bilge pump
    • Generator
    • Gps
    • Heating
    • Hot water
    • Hydraulic gangway
    • Log speedometer
    • Manual bilge pump
    • Marine head
    • Oven
    • Plotter
    • Radar
    • Radar reflector
    • Radio
    • Refrigerator
    • Shore power inlet
    • Solar panel
    • Swimming ladder
    • Teak cockpit
    • Teak sidedecks
    • Tender
    • Vhf

description

Boat location: Wanssum / The Netherlands – inside GrandYachts showroom

VAT-paid

 98 pictures on our website grandyachts.eu and in high-resolution upon request by mail

 

The Apreamare 10 Cabinato is a rare find unlike the disliked Semi-cabinato and it just doesn’t come often on the market since the Cabinato owners just tend to keep them.

This Cabinato comes with some pleasant options like a Mase 3.5 Kw genset (120 hours only), a full stainless hydraulic Besenzoni gangway, a bow-thruster and a good electronics set.

The 10m replaced the 9m, which began production in 1988. Our boat is equipped with twin 300 hp Yanmar 6LP-STE diesels. The turbocharged, in-line, six-cylinder diesels are a good fit for the 10m Cabinato. The freshwater cooled compact engine gives you superior acceleration and are very smooth and clean, with minimal exhaust smoke blowing out the stern. The diesel has a waste gate, giving it improved acceleration by allowing the turbo to pressurize sooner.

Even with no trim-tabs applied, she planed with little effort. The bow stalled only momentarily until the turbos kicked in and shot the 10m onto a plane. If you use the trim-tabs just a little you are rewarded with an even smoother transition. I found choppy waters churning up the rest of the river Maas boating traffic, but the bow entered the seaway softly and effortlessly. Her 8-ton displacement helped provide a solid feel as I reached a top speed of 30.1 knots in the medium chop. Expect a comfortable cruising speed in the mid-20 knot range.

 

Sound is kept in the engineroom and out of the cockpit by lead-lined foam insulation and gaskets that line the engine compartment. Our sound readings did not exceed 83 decibels.

The hull is designed with a fine entry forward that transitions into hard chines aft. The hull shape is deceiving. The rounded stern gives the illusion of a soft chine aft, but the hard chine of the hull is carried aft and can be seen lurking just under the water.

She tracks and turns well at slower speeds. The steering is tight and she backs easily, making docking in a tight slip fairly painless.

Her hull is laid-up with solid fiberglass, although some coring is used on the deck. Gelcoat work was well executed and created a reflection-like finish.

The deck hardware and layout demonstrate the Sorrento, Italy, yard's experience. For more than four generations, Aprea Mare has quietly built everything from commercial fishing boats to the models that make up the company's range today. The teak decks (the best nonslip there is if you are up for a little more maintenance) are wide and make going forward easy. No matter where you are on the side decks, there is a handhold within reach. The welds on the 2-inch stainless steel are flawless; no rough seams between the stanchion and the railing. They are high enough to provide a secure passage. Forward, the Lofrans windlass sits on a raised platform in the middle of two lockers serving a stainless-steel anchor roller. A remote panel is at the helm station. A sunpad stretches across most of the forward cabin trunk

There are noticeable differences between the 9m and 10m in the cockpit and helm area. To gain more space in the interior, Aprea Mare pushed the cabin aft, reducing the area in the cockpit. However, the space on the 10m is more functional. The helm seat width is increased, providing enough space for a companion to ride shotgun. Seating is curved around the transom and, when the table is set, creates an ideal perch for a meal. A teak step leads down to the huge teak grate swimming platform with double! ladders.

The forward windshield is made up of two panels, and two large wipers easily slap water aside. The line of sight while seated or standing is excellent.

Interior volume is the most noticeable difference between the 9m and the 10m. The 3 metre plus beam affords the space of a larger vessel, complete with the amenities. Three steps curve down from the helm deck into the main cabin. An L-shape settee on the port side is large enough for lounging with the Sunday paper, delaying the trip back home while the boat tugs at her anchor. The galley is opposite and includes a two-burner stovetop that can be changed to induction if you like since you benefit of having a great 3.5Kw marine diesel generator. Furthermore you find Corian countertops, a deep sink and a brand new refrigerator.

A surprising feature on a boat this size is the separate shower stall in the head. Often, express-style boats need to be at least 12 metre long before they include a dry-head arrangement. Otherwise, you're forced to accept circular plastic doors in the middle of the head that appear ready to beam you up.

The forward stateroom includes an offset double berth, a seat and a hanging locker. Fresh breezes flowing in the interior will be plentiful thanks to six opening ports and an overhead hatch in the forward stateroom. The high-gloss finish of the American cherry and the boat's quality fabrics are above average.

Our Apreamare comes with good sun protection with an overall cockpit cover, breeze under and trough sun shades, a very good built bimini top on her bow that doesn’t even move when going 30 knots and of course you get a good cockpit cover that closes it completely.

She’s well worth viewing!, comes fully serviced as well. Shipping worldwide.

 

NEW: shaft bearings – polished and new balanced props - engine service – gearbox service – generator service – batteries – polish and wax – flooring.

contactperson

  • Bram de Groot
  • 0031(0)478450015

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