Built in GRP by the Italian yard to a design by Zuccon International Project, she was delivered in 2013 as a Ferretti 800 model. Lined with light wood paneling throughout, she presents a clean, crisp interior accommodating eight guests in four cabins. These consist of a master suite with a queen sized bed, a VIP with a queen sized bed, a double and a twin, all with entertainment centres, television screens and en suite bathroom facilities.
A light filled main saloon has off-white leather settees to port and starboard, coffee tables and an entertainment centre including a 46 inch LED television screen on a rise and fall mechanism. Forward is a formal dining area with seating for eight guests and storage cabinets for china, glassware and silver.
The aft deck has built in upholstered seating, a table and chairs while up on the flybridge is a further al fresco entertainment area offering ample seating, a barbecue, a small fridge and a hard top, ideal for dining under the stars on balmy Mediterranean evenings.
Twin 1948hp MTU engines have seen only light use, logging just 300 hours so far, and power Nada to a cruising speed of 28 knots, topping out at 33 knots. As an added bonus, she is fitted with gyroscopic stabilizers, minimizing roll motion at sea and in port.
Lying in Antibes, France, Nada was asking €2,750,000.