Built in GRP by the yard’s Custom Line division to an exterior and interior design by Zuccon Project International, she was delivered in 2013 as the flagship of the Crescendo series. Her graceful interior in whitened oak offers simple yet elegant features and her expansive saloon has one of today’s must-have accessories – a drop down sea balcony on the starboard side. The saloon also has comfortable seating on a custom sofa, a bar, fridge, ice maker and a sophisticated entertainment system including a 55 inch LED television screen. Further forward is the galley fully equipped for gourmet meal preparation with top of the range Bosch appliances.
Ten guests are accommodated in a five cabin layout consisting of a main deck master suite, two doubles and two twin cabins convertible to doubles, all with LED television sets and full en suite bathroom facilities in upgraded marbles.
A full size sky lounge with a bar, fridge and wine cooler, has a circular open dining terrace and the large sun deck is perfect for al fresco entertaining and dining with a bar, fridge, Jacuzzi tub and sun beds.
Twin MAN 1,400hp engines linked to Rolla propellers give her a cruising speed of 12.5 knots and a maximum speed of 17 knots.
At the time she came on the market in 2015, Burgess commented: “This is a superb opportunity to own a beautifully maintained semi-custom motor yacht with a renowned pedigree. She is in pristine condition and has recently completed her 2-year warranty service.”
Lying in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Sprezzatura was asking $7,650,000.