Sarnico Yachts Alldays 39
Some boats are great for sunny days and are built to run wide-open on glass-flat water while allowing their passengers to totally bronze out. And other boats are built for rough-weather days far from land where everyone aboard is happy for the boat’s indoor space and rugged build. But finding a boat that’s just right for all days? Historically speaking, that can be a bit trickier. But perhaps that quest will become easier since Sarnico Yachts splashed the Alldays 39, a build that highlights the company’s Colombo Series of boats. With an LOA just a shade under 42 feet, she’s large enough to accommodate a gaggle of her owner’s friends, particularly on her seven-person settee in the saloon. She has room enough to sleep five spread out over two cabins down below. There’s also a head accessible from the master and through the deck’s passageway. Meanwhile, the 39’s size also affords her admirable maneuverability and handling, particularly considering she’ll be paired with Volvo Penta IPS systems ranging from 300 to 370 hp. A hull drawn by Brunello Acampora’s Victory Design should perform well in all reasonable conditions, while an eye-pleasing profile designed by Nuvolari-Lenard ensures she’s as fun to look at as she is to drive. And that’s something you can count on all day, every day.
This article originally appeared in the November 2011 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.