Built in GRP by Italian yard Benetti to a design by Stefano Righini, she was delivered in 2007 as one of the yard’s Tradition series but, uniquely in this series, she has a five cabin layout accommodating 10 guests in five cabins.
The master suite is full beam on the main deck with a king size bed. A staircase down from the main saloon leads down to a VIP double cabin on the lower deck and an adjacent twin cabin with upper and lower berths, suitable for children or a nanny. There is midship access down to two twin cabins and all cabins have full entertainment systems including television screens plus en suite bathroom facilities. In addition, all the yacht’s DVDs are available on demand in the main saloon and guest cabins through a central server.
MCA compliant, the Art Deco interior of Quid Pro Quo by French designer Michel Sagbini mixes dark woods and modern fabrics in the open plan saloon and dining area to stunning effect.
There is outdoor space aplenty on this yacht for sale, including a large sheltered aft deck with a dining table and seating for eight guests plus a freestanding bar and two bar stools. On the upper deck, there is comfortable seating, sun pads, a bar and a grill, shaded by a Bimini top.
Twin 1000hp Caterpillar engines give Quid Pro Quo a cruising range of 2,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Now asking €4 million, Quid Pro Quo will be available to view at the Cannes Yachting Festival from September 8-13.