Tullio Abbate Senna Off-Shore 42
Tullio Abbate met Ayrton Senna during the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix of 1993, immediately after they decided to build a boat together, an Off-Shore to be precise, with completely new lines and technical contents of the highest level; but as everyone knows Ayrton died in Imola on 1 May 1994 and could never drive his "Senna 42". His wishes were granted by the Ayrton Senna Foundation, led by his sister Viviane Senna, for which in May 1995 it was officially launched and presented with an event in which Prince Alberto of Monaco also took part, at the Yacht Club of Montecarlo. The Senna 42 is a fireball capable of 75 knots of speed and equipped with a stunning line. Now this collectible masterpiece, still pretty much like then and in perfect condition, is available for sale. Further info on request.