Itama renews its powerboat range with the introduction of some new functional design, technology and new engines that modernize the boats while keeping the brand’s philosophy intact. A central crystal door integrated into the windshield has been introduced on deck, making access to the bow area more convenient and safe. The new engines are two Cummins 550s for the Itama 45S, two 1,400 HP MAN V12s for the Itama 62S, and two 1823-horsepower MTUs for the Itama 75.
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New to the new range is the introduction of a device that combines form and function: a central glass door integrated into the windshield makes access to the forward area of the main deck more convenient and secure. All this without affecting the sleek, pure line of the Itama. The sliding tambour functions as a passageway. This is thanks to steps built into it, but also thanks to the material of construction: a special aluminum honeycomb, which is lightweight and durable. This solution increases the comfort and safety of Itama yachts. It will not replace the traditional bow access via side walkways. On Itama 45S and 62S, the central door opens with a manual mechanism, while on Itama 75 it is electric.
ITAMA 45S – 13.82 m
There are many aesthetic elements in common with its predecessor: the retractable gangway by means of extension, integrated into the hull, and the stern platform that can drop into the water for launching and hauling the tender.
This model is characterized by excellent usability of space designed to best match the needs of the individual owner. White dominates the interiors: white lacquered wood, Venetian blinds and teak floors. The goal is to create a contrast with the blue of the dashboard. Large windows give great brightness to the environment.
The boat can be requested with one or two guest cabins, in addition to the master cabin located in the bow.
ITAMA 45S – Motorization
Itama 45 S installs a pair of Cummins 550 mhp that provides a maximum speed of 34 knots. There is 140 more horsepower than the previous version, without affecting the size of the engine compartment.
ITAMA 62S – 19.03 m
Itama 62S wants to make the most of on-board volumes to improve livability. This comes through space optimization and leads to improved quality of life on board. From the spacious cockpit to a large sunbathing area, the Itama 62S has a living and dining area with an opening table and sofa. On the left, however, we find the bar cabinet. The bow is protected by the large front and side windshields. Here we find the helm station, flanked to starboard by co-pilot seat and chaise longue.
Below deck the owner can choose the solution that is right for him. The living area consists of living room dinette and
kitchen. That night of master suite forward and two guest cabins aft. The table, which can be moved, allows
To turn the dinette into an additional sofa bed.
ITAMA 62S – Motorization
The new Itama 62S is powered by a pair of MAN V12s with an output of 1,400 Mhp each. This allows it to sail at a top speed of 40 knots. In contrast, the cruising speed is around 37 knots.
ITAMA 75 – 23.54 m
The Itama 75 is a boat for the open enthusiast. Cutting-edge solutions from the living qualities to the use of volume on this motorboat that is close to 24 meters. The novel approach leads to more differentiation and functional enrichment,
while maintaining a high finish value typical of these boats.
One example is offered by the windshield. Nearly 26 meters long, it is all made of carbon and crystal. The use of carbon has
saved about 60 percent of the weight compared to a windshield of equivalent size made of steel. Gaining from this is performance (fuel consumption and speed), which on a sport powerboat is crucial.
The main deck stands out in both size and equipment and is divided into 4 areas: an aft sundeck overlooking the hangar for the tender or jet ski, a living area with large waterproof fabric sofas that slide to join in a C-shape and seat up to 12 people around the teak table.
In the central position is the dashboard with the co-pilot’s seat to the left. A chaise longue also finds its place under the windshield for maximum comfortable sailing.
Below deck, the interior is dressed in warm and cozy colors. In the standard version, this boat has 3 cabins: the owner’s is full beam, there is a VIP in the bow and a guest cabin with two beds side by side on the port side. The dinette
has considerable size and can also accommodate a bar. The boat is also available with the
4-cabin layout, all with en suite bathrooms.
Itama 75 – Motorization
Itama 75 is equipped with two 1823-horsepower MTU engines with ZF Sea Rex 140 propulsion. Maximum speed at 42 knots with cruising speed around 37 knots.
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