Built by the CMN yard in 2002 to a design by Stirling Design International, she had a thorough seven-month refit in 2012 bringing her completely up to date. Lloyd's classed and MCA compliant, an interior by Claudette Bonville comfortably sleeps 10 guests in five staterooms. The master suite is full beam on the main deck and has a king-size bed, separate office and en suite shower and bathroom. Below deck, three doubles have full en suite bathrooms and are fully outfitted with entertainment systems, while a twin cabin with en suite is easily convertible to a double.
The formal dining area forward of the main saloon can seat 10 guests, while the aft and upper deck lend themselves to hosting larger groups for cocktails or al fresco dining. The upper saloon has a new home cinema nd the bar was removed to free up more space. Twin 1,200hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 12 knots, a range of 4,200 nautical miles and she is fitted with Quantum zero speed stabilisers.
Interestingly, Paramour was on the market a while ago before being sold in May 2011 with Nathan Farrelly introducing the buyer. Merle Wood & Associates and Burgess represented the seller.
Lying in Cannes, France, Paramour is asking €10.95 million.