Built in Kevlar and GRP by Italian yard AB Yachts to a design by Angelo Arnaboldi, she is RINA classed and was delivered in 2007 as one of the yard’s semi-custom 140 series. A minimalist interior by Giorgio Vafiadis sleeps up to 10 guests in a full beam master suite, a VIP suite and two twins, both with Pullman berths and all with entertainment systems and full en suite facilities. In addition, there are berths for six crew in three cabins.
The relaxation area in the main saloon has comfortable seating, a bar and a top of the range entertainment centre featuring a 47 inch LCD television, and there is full WiFi internet access throughout. All furniture onboard this yacht for sale is made from ultra-light composite materials, and assembled using structural adhesives. The saloon’s living room and dining areas are separated from each other by the wheelhouse, which is slightly raised and in the centre. The saloon also has an air-conditioning system that is independent from that of the lower deck.
Outside, there is ample room for al fresco entertainment with a comfortable seating area built into the foredeck and an extensive aft deck with dining facilities. Guests can be whisked between Mediterranean hot spots at a cruising speed of 30 knots and a top speed of 40 knots, courtesy of triple 2,400hp MTU engines.
Available to view during the Monaco Yacht Show, Tuasempre is asking €6.5 million.