Built to Lloyds class and launched in 1999 – and extensively refitted in 2010 – by the pedigree Dutch yard Amels, Reborn offers fantastic amenities including vast deck spaces leading into voluminous interiors, a 16-seat cinema, piano lounge, hairdressing salon, spa (with steam and massage room), beach club, a 5m contra-flow pool on the sun deck and even a doctor’s cabin and medical room. All decks are connected with an elevator and the decor is styled in a mixture of dark and light woods.
In the impressive main saloon a huge double-height atrium and gallery creates a ceiling height of over five metres with floor-to-ceiling windows along the entire length, while a luxuriant aft deck garden offers al fresco dining in privacy.
Reborn accommodates 12 guests in an enormous full-beam master suite on the upper deck with a private terrace, a VIP suite on the main deck and six large lower deck suites, all with marble bathrooms, and finished in handmade Italian leather and raw silk.
Lying in Cagliari, Italy, Reborn is asking €65 million.