THE PERFECT BOAT IS CRAFTED WITH ATTENTION TO DETAIL
THE HULL AND THE ENGINES
Opus 12 is a 12.3 meters long and 3.5 meters wide beauty, which weighs about six tons.
The boat is powered by two Yamaha V8s outboard engines of 425 horsepower, which represent the best you can buy for the money today when it comes to outboard motors.
This combination provides top performance, speed, and handling.
The walk around the ship is designed deep enough for safe movement around the ship. There is a low but massive oval railing running down the entire length of the boat.
When designing the boat, attention was paid to the smallest details, you can see this for example in the folding handles on the bow or the anchoring system which is completely
hidden in the bow and covered from above by a cushion so you can use it as a bench when the boat is stationary.
There is also a large glass area in the bow that connects to the cabin roof and can be opened to let maximum light into the cabin.
The cabin roof is reserved for a sun deck with a backrest and everything is covered with white cushions. If that's not enough for you,
the Opus 12 also has one electrically opening platform on each side, the so-called balconies, which extend the area of the boat.
THE SKIPPERS CONSOLE AND INTERIOR
The most important part of any boat is the captain's table and steering wheel. The matte dark grey captain's table is very minimalist yet stuffed with technology.
Two Garmin plotters are recessed into the top of the console for sun protection and better visibility, while all the other controls and switches are logically placed so they're easy to get used to.
The captain's bench seats up to four people and has a fold-down backrest that can be swiveled when you're not steering.
Between the first and second rows of seats is a large folding table that can comfortably seat eight people, so long periods of socializing over food and drinks are guaranteed.
A sliding door from the captain's bridge leads directly into the spacious and naturally lit cabin. Of course, there is also a toilet and a shower.
In the forward area, you will find a spacious berth, which can be converted into a U-shaped sofa if required. The sides and ceiling of the cabin are upholstered for maximum comfort.
You'll continue to discover the intricate details months after you buy the boat.
A leaning vessel in a turn will maintain its position and does not require much assistance from the captain to execute the maneuver.
Steering a twelve-meter boat at high speeds or in small spaces in moorings and marinas requires a certain level of skill,
but the system of controlling the two outboard engines and bow thruster with the Yamaha joystick is so simple that even a mediocre skipper can master it.
LIST OF STANDARD EQUIPMENT FOR VESSEL OPUS 12
HULL AND SUPERSTUCTURE
Hull and deck with associated covers, construction material: GRP
I-carbon cleats x 6
Handrails inox DIN 316
Bow and stern sun cushions
Skipper folding bench
Profiled passenger seats x 4
GRP hardtop with hatch for sliding roof
Nautinox stairs to exit the sea
Ultramarine anchor 12kg
Anchor chain inox DIN 316
Outdoor gas cooker
Webasto sliding electric roof
Lopolight navigation lights
Ship's horn Vetus
Radar Garmin Fantom 18
Ploter Garmin GPSMAP 8412 x 2
Glomex VHF antenna
Glomex radio antennas
Garmin Through-Hull Transducer NMEA 2000
Garmin VHF radio
Bow thruster Vetus
Anchor winch Vetus
Trim tabs Lenco Racing
Fully automatic ACS A Trim tabs control
Underwater lights OceanLED
Fusion Apollo MS RA 770
- Ampl. 1800 W DS18
- 4 x 6 inch DS18
- 2 x 10 inch DS18
- 1 x 12 inch DS18
Refrigerator Isotherm 50lit x 2
External indirect LED lighting
Battery chargers Victron Energy 50A
- 1 x 220A
- 3 x 100A
32 AMP shore connection
Quite Flush toilet
Vetus deck shower
Vetus boiler 220V
External sink with faucet
*The complete water system is connected to hot and cold water
Besenzoni opening of the side balconies on the ship
Yamaha XTO 425 Offshore x 2
Isotta multifunction steering wheel
Waterproof wooden cabinets and compartments in the front and rear cabins
Mattresses in the front and rear cabin
Seats in the front cabin
Oceanair shades on all windows
Possibility of installing additional equipment:
- Air conditioning
- Solar pane