Built by Overmarine in 2007, and the second hull of the famous 165 line,
BASH IV combines style, space and speed. Interior and exterior design is
by Stefano Righini, with a sophisticated and contemporary flair
throughout the yacht. Able to welcome 10 guests, BASH IV has five
luxurious en suite cabins, plus accommodation for nine crew. Powered by
triple MTU 16V 4000 M90 engines, with low hours,BASH IV clocks
impressive maximum speeds of 38 knots, cruising at 30 knots, with an
economical range of up to 1100nm. A very shallow draft of 1.5m ensures
access to almost any anchorage.
All guest cabins are positioned on the lower deck, including the four VIP cabins and full beam owner's suite
with forward facing king-sized bed, office and his and hers bathrooms. Guest accommodation is accessed via
a staircase aft of the wheelhouse, ensuring high levels of privacy. The large and inviting main saloon, with
an open plan layout, is located on the main deck. Relaxed lounge seating, a bar and newly upgraded
entertainment system make this the perfect space to socialise and entertain. Further forward on the main
deck is the fully equipped wheelhouse and ship's office. A special feature, located forward of the lower deck,
is a unique cinema room, big enough to accommodate all guests for movie evenings.
The flybridge is a beautiful hub with a dining table plus more seating and the control systems further
forward. The main saloon leads directly out to the expansive open aft deck, which features a serving bar and
full dining table for up to 10 guests with an extendable table to use when hosting larger groups. This space
connects directly with the swim platform, the forward lounge and dining area on the bow. The tender
garage holds a 6m Castoldi Jet tender, two Sea-Doo RXT jetskis and other watersports equipment.