Built in GRP by Italian yard Arno to a design by Paolo Caliari,Gremat was delivered in 1999 as one of the yard’s Leopard Open Sport models. A contemporary, light and airy interior in cherry wood accommodates six guests in three cabins consisting of a master suite with an LCD television, a double with a queen berth and a twin cabin, all with full en suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for four crew in two cabins.
The saloon is entirely open plan and has U-shaped seating to port and starboard in front of tables that serve both as coffee and dining tables while the entertainment centre includes a 50 inch plasma television screen on a rise and fall mechanism and a stereo surround sound system. Forward lies the navigation and steering station with two helm seats.
The vast aft deck offers comfortable seating, a table and sun pads, making it ideal for outdoor relaxation, cocktails and dining, while twin stairways to port and starboard lead down to the tender garage and swim platform. All the way forward on the foredeck is a sunbathing area with large built in sun pads.
Twin 1,800hp MTU diesel engines blast her to a top speed of 35 knots.
Lying in Marina Degli Aregai, Italy, Gremat was asking €520,000.