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Benetti motor yacht Liberty Call sold

The 28.5 metre motor yacht Liberty Call listed for sale by Jim Acher at bluewater in Spain, has been sold with Grant Saunders, Azimut distributor in New Zealand, representing the buyer.

Built in GRP by Italian yard Benetti to a design by Stefano Righini, Liberty Call was delivered in Spring 2015 as a Delfino 93 model and is RINA classed. MCA compliant, she has a sophisticated, neutral interior by Carlo Galeazzi accommodating up to 12 guests in five cabins consisting of a master suite, two VIP suites and two twins with Pullman berths, all with full en suite facilities.

Due to its 7.03 metre beam ensuring total comfort below deck, Liberty Call is noted for the intelligence of its design, technology and spacious, comfortable interiors that are typically found only in much larger vessels.

The entire lower accommodation deck has floating floors which, thanks to new sandwich GRP technology, reduce noise transfer from the structure to the interior, a distinctive quality that has ensured the Delfino 93 series commercial success from the outset. The exterior lines by Stefano Righini employ large, uninterrupted expanses of glass to allow the owner and guests to take in spectacular ocean views both in the public rooms and in the master suite.

The huge sundeck has an al fresco dining area fitted with a barbecue, fridge and ice maker while an electric sunroof provides shade when required. The six-person Jacuzzi on this deck is a Benetti custom design especially for the Delfino series. Twin MTU V8 2000 engines give her a range of 1,670 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 10 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers.

Liberty Call was asking €6,940,000.

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