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International Yacht Collection sells ISA superyacht Ti Voglio Tanto Bene

Kevin Bonnie at International Yacht Collection tells me he acted for buyer and seller in the sale of the 41.6m motor yacht Ti Voglio Tanto Bene.

She was built by Italian superyacht yard ISA and, delivered in 2007, was the fourth and final launch in the ISA 133 series. The original ISA 133 hull structure was modified and stretched in order to allow for larger walkways, a lounge area on the foredeck and a custom garage for two jet skis, water sports equipment and a crane forward of the owner’s cabin.

Ti Voglio Tanto Bene offers three decks and five staterooms with accommodation for up to 11 guests including a spectacular 45 square metre owner’s cabin on the main deck equipped with a Turkish bath and separate private office. The cleverly conceived split-level main saloon and dining room is designed to maximise living space on board in two separate and spacious areas where guests can enjoy as much privacy as they wish. In an interior by Cristiano Gatto, light-toned woods and rich, dark fabrics and leathers combine to create a modern, elegant ambiance on board.

The yacht is capable of a highly impressive 30 knots constant cruising speed with range of 700 nautical miles at approximately 28 knots. She’s also equipped with advanced communications and entertainment equipment allowing seamless high-speed internet (V-sat), phone, fax and cellular coverage in even the most remote areas.

Ti Voglio Tanto Bene was asking €6.9 million.

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