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.