The 24.3 metre motor yacht Blueday has been sold in an in-house deal by Rino di Maggio at Self Concept in Italy.
Built in GRP by Italian yard Posillipo Rizzardi, she was delivered in 2005 as hull number 31 in the yard’s Technema series. Very lightly used by her original owner, she has logged only 470 hours on her twin 1,800hp MTU engines in the past 10 years. Accommodation is for eight guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite and two twin cabins, all with full en suite facilities.
The aft deck is shaded by the flybridge overhang and several recessed dome lights provide illumination at night. The sole is covered in teak while a large high gloss teak table on a stainless steel pedestal has seating for six. A long bench seat along the transom and several folding teak chairs complement the table. There is also a large flat screen television to provide entertainment to the aft deck party.
The roomy saloon has a stylish interior featuring walnut wall paneling and cabinets, along with a very large U-shaped sofa. To port, cabinets conceal a state of the art entertainment system with a pop up 46 inch Samsung 3D flat screen television.
Blueday was asking €900,000 and, after a short refit in La Spezia, Italy, will leave Italian waters for her new home in Turkey.