Signed by the Mannerfelt Design Team, Pirelli 1900 is manufactured with high quality standards, which had to include a vacuum-infused hull and carbon-fiber hardtop, the latter in order to reduce weight above the waterline and lower the center of gravity.
As for the look, this new Pirelli 1900 repeats the lines of 1400 developing the extra space in the common areas. The unmistakable trait is the hardtop, which stretches to the stern to protect the cockpit, while a huge sun bed occupies the foredeck.
Pirelli 1900 means speed, open space adrenaline, but also two cabins
The hull has been designed to ensure high performance without hindering comfort: not as narrow as one could expect, it provides a fair interior space with a headroom reaching two meters. The propulsion is entrusted to two 800HP MANs coupled to Top System T65 surface propellers: the maximum speed is 45 knots (30 is the cruising pace), but piloting is kept easy thanks to the joystick and automatic trim adjust.
Belowdecks the basic layout features two cabins, a living area with galley, dinette / bed and dining table. The master cabin is to bow, while aft is the second cabin, the heads and a technical area which, as an alternative, can be replaced by a cabin for the crew.
As with all its siblings, Pirelli 1900 features the tire tread mark on the tubular. It is the very design of Cinturato Blue Wet, used by Pirelli in the top automotive races.
The numbers of Pirelli 1900
- Length overall 18.50 m (60ft 8in)
- Beam 5.00 m (16ft 5in)
- Displacement 16500 Kg
- Engines MAN i6 2×800 HP
- Fuel reserve 2000 l (528 US gal)
- Fresh water reserve 600 l (158 US gal)
- Cabins 2+1
- Berths 4+1
- Heads 1+1
- CE design category B
- Project Mannerfelt Design Team
- Interior design AM Architettura
Did you know that Pirelli ribs means also fast tenders?