Plan of the boat.

The boat, “O’Drafin”, is a fiberglass motorboat of 10 metres equipped with two AIFO 240 hp inboard engines, VHF, GPS, depth sounder, toilet, shower, awning and sundeck with cushions.

Plan of the boat
Crestliner Shipyard – Crestitalia più che pilotina

Years of production: the boat was first produced in 1972, probably until 1984, and fifty units were produced only in the first year, mainly for Police and Government agencies.

Leveraging the fiberglass technology, in which the Crestitalia was particularly expert, the catalog from this manufacturer include self-righting lifeboats, fast patrol boats, pontoons, water taxis, motor yachts and motorboats. In short, a world of fiberglass made to go by sea with safety.

Presentation: some pilot boats were already on the market at that time but the name of the Crestitalia was synonymous of solid boats, well constructed and sober, actually made for the sea and not to show off.

Construction: one-piece fiberglass, with stratification and structural reinforcements, made in accordance with RINA.

Description of the boat: the hull allows navigation in gliding for fast transfers as well as at low speeds.
Engines: two AIFO engines of 125 HP (maximum speed 23 knot)

Navigation: the Aztec is stable and has a minimum turning radius of around 30 metres and an excellent course stability.

Gino Ciriaci from the magazine “Nautica”