She was built by Italy’s Tecnomar yard to Bureau Veritas class and was delivered in 2008. She accommodates eight guests in a master suite, two double staterooms and a twin cabin, all with satellite television and all with en suite bathroom facilities.
Ginevra boasts large panoramic windows that increase light and space in the saloon and dining area. The main saloon can be further enlarged by opening the glass doors connecting to the aft deck, creating one large indoor-outdoor space. The main deck features a stainless steel staircase that leads to the formal dining area on the lower deck as well as the cabins.
Twin 2,285hp MTU engines give her a top speed of 32 knots and a range of 600 nautical miles at 14 knots.
Mario Velona comments: 'The sale took a long time as this all started during last year's Monaco Yacht Show in September 2013.'
Ginevra was asking €3.1 million.