Sensei was built in 1991 by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Originally conceived and engineered to meet the high standards of the Japanese NKK Classification society, this superyacht underwent a substantial refit and extension at Admiral Marine in the U.S Pacific under the direction of award winning designer Glade Johnson.
Under the current owner a €2.6 million major refit was undertaken at the Benetti shipyard in Italy in 2006/2007. The work included a complete engine rebuild and reconstruction of many other areas and also an update of the navigation and communications equipment necessary to accomplish full MCA classification. Sensei accommodates 10 guests in a main deck master suite along with two double and two twin cabins and has extensive deck areas for relaxation and alfresco dining. Previously marketed at €6.4 million, she's now asking €5.9 million and you can view her at this week's Antibes Yacht Show on berth C13, Quai IYCA.