||Mastiff has been totally rebuilt between 2004 and 2010 and she's presently a wonderful pleasure Deep Sea Tug Boat. Mastiff was built in 1967 by Appledore Shipbuilders Ltd (United Kingdom), on behalf of the English Navy (ex Dog Class). Fully built in alloy steel and with bi-propeller propulsion, Mastiff was used as rescue boat and sea trailer until 1999, Lloyd Registered. After that, Mastiff was out of commission (disarm) but constantly maintained; in 2004 she was built by the present Owner, after a long search among English shipyards. Her exceptional strength, her excellent state of maintainance and her charme are the reasons why the present Owner decided to buy the yacht. Mastiff’s total refit is made in 2 steps and started in August 2004 under the direct control of Eta srl tecnical direction, in Fiumicino Shipyards (Rome). The revision works were very careful; all pumps were checked: sea water and fresh water pumps, oil pumps, engines and emergency motocompressor pumps. Sweeping actions were made on the electrical system and on the generators too. In this first phase, a gasoil purifier was installed together with his decant pump, a new fire engine system, a fresh water autoclave, an air compressor. The oildinamic system is new, installed to feed an electric generator and several services and the 2 generators supplying more than 67 KW. This first step, end in Spring 2005, allowed Mastiff to obtain with the maximum result (100-A.1.1.) the “Certificato di Classe per Navi da Diporto” by the R.I.Na. The second refit step concerned a complete engine and systems check, together with the interiors finishing and all navigation instruments. The R.I.Na inspection is presently taking place, in order to allow Mastiff to obtain the final Class certification. The new architectural plan allowed to obtain wide interiors and deck areas: the maindeck, the upper deck, the upper deck Owner suite, the VIP suite and two twin cabins (one with third pullmann bed); all cabins have independent facilities. All beds and salon finishing are in oak and leather, whilst precious marbles have been used for the toilets finishings. The oak used onboard has been laminated and whitened in different ways, so that the soft colours create an armonic and relaxing atmosphere.