In a world of plastic and gel coat we rediscover the elegance of steel on the ship that often hosted King George of Greece, and his family, during the summer holidays in Italy.
Commissioned at the construction site by the Parisian Marquis Du Bourg De Borzas, n. construction 361, it was armed as a motorsailer since the time and powered by two Renault diesels. Later it belonged for a long time to the Prince Ludovico Spada Potenziani, sailing mainly the waters of the Tuscan archipelago and based in Porto Santo Stefano, at the Argentario.
Then in the 60s to the family of Comandante Montanari of Taranto, until then it was bought in Antibes. After a long restoration lasted three years 1990/1993 at the Cantieri Riviera di Sanremo, where it was completely restored and modernized, including the replacement of old engines, since 2002 La Vagabunda organizes charter cruises in the Mediterranean, from the summer of 2010 has moved Adriatic for major events such as the prestigious Venice Film Festival and the renowned Barcolana, which takes place every year in Trieste.
From 1990 to 1993 the boat was completely emptied, the refurbishing of sheet metal and the tree and wheelhouse arranged, moreover it was equipped with modern volvo engines, with which at about 1800 it reaches the 9/10 knots with ease, with a consumption of about 50 lt. of diesel / hour, generator included. of the automatic pilot and a powerful BOW-TRUSTER, very useful in maneuvers. The refrigeration system has also been replaced with the installation of a large freezer, and, for better comfort, air conditioning has been installed, all without ruining the exquisitely marine and vintage interior taste, all in mahogany. From sheets, new generator, and desalination plant.
In 2002 , she has new main engines and two years ago, it was equipped with a new radar, a new pilot engine and new electronics for piloting and electronic mapping. The Vagabunda, as well as being a splendid "old Lady" with an elegant and clean line, turns out to be delightful and comfortable on a cruise, thanks above all to the sweetness of navigation and the wide open spaces.