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Benetti superyacht Grand Cru III sold

The 35.5 metre motor yacht Grand Cru II has been sold in an in house deal at Edmiston & Company with Jonathan Barbe representing the seller and Alex Busher acting for the buyer.

Grand Cru III was built by in steel and aluminium by Italian yard Benetti Sail Division to a design by PB Behage and RINA classed with delivery in 2009. A successful charter yacht, she has a spacious interior with American cherry wood panelling, parquet flooring and fine marbles. Accommodation is for eight guests in a master suite, VIP suite and two twin cabins plus a Pullman berth and all cabins have en suite facilities.

The expansive main saloon has a bar with glass storage, two large settees, coffee tables, low side cabinets for storage and a writing desk on the starboard side, and leads into a formal dining area for eight guests around a solid wood table

Her aft deck has been thoughtfully planned for extended cruising and features an infrared heating system to keep the entire area at a balmy temperature throughout the seasons. Up on the sun deck there is al fresco dining for 10 guests with infrared heating, a large sunbathing area, Jacuzzi, bar and bar plus a retractable sun shade and a mist generator over the bar and dining area. Also on this deck is a gymnasium with a steam and shower room. Twin 600hp Caterpillar engines give her a range of 3,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.

Lying in Pisa, Italy, Grand Cru III was asking €5.5 million.

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