The Tuccoli T 250 VM, with its V pronounced for most of the work alive and its deadrise from 19.7 degrees is thus able to quickly reach the fishing areas even when the sea is not postcard and the dry and steep waves of the Mediterranean make navigation tiring for those who do not have a hull designed for these conditions. And this feature of perfect adaptation to environmental circumstances makes the models born in Collesalvetti the ideal choice for those who want to sail from the ports of the Mare Nostrum. In addition, the hull of a fisherman must also be designed to ensure stability even when the boat is stationary, when you are at anchor or drifting. So the work done on deck was also aimed at reducing as much as possible the surface exposed to the wind that despite the protection offered by the T Top to the driving position remains below seven square meters. Just to get an idea, a man has an area of about 2 square meters.
In addition, the T 250 VM brings with it a remarkable and customizable potential of rod holders to be positioned at your choice. And there is no lack of tanks for live and fish, worktops to prepare baits and everything you need and finally a shower to clean and clean yourself. All inserted with careful ergonomic study in a wheelable boat. To push the specimen that Marco Volpi has chosen for himself there will be the brand new Suzuki DF 300 B outboard, the first 300 horsepower with double counter-rotating propeller.