Built in GRP by Italian yard Ferretti, she was delivered in 2012 as one of the yard’s Ferretti 83′ models. The interior is decorated in a soothing, modern ‘beach house’ style accentuated by the large windows throughout. Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite and two twins, all with en suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for four crew in two cabins along with a crew dinette and galley.
Features include an impressive hydraulic beach club area and a retractable hard top on her flybridge, which also has a fridge and barbecue for al fresco entertaining and dining. An electrohydraulic telescopic gangway in stainless steel and teak has a remote control. More outdoor entertaining is available on the aft deck furnished with a teak table and chairs.
Equipped with continuous upgrades and improvements, she is a motor yacht with plenty of advanced offerings, including the impressive hydraulic beach club area and a retractable hard top on her flybridge, as well as an extensive Atlas shore power converter application for worldwide cruising.
The main saloon has a beautiful wide-planked cherry wood floor, custom leather armchair and sofa, custom silk rugs, an entertainment system including an LCD television with Dolby surround sound and plenty of storage in elegant wooden cabinets. There is also a wine cooler cabinet. Twin 1,948hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 30 knots.
Lying in South-East Florida, Club M was asking $3,350,000.