Built by US superyacht yard Westport, Gusto was designed by William Garden with an interior by Pacific Custom Interiors and was delivered in 2003. A large main saloon has seating on cosy settees and comfortable armchairs and is separated from the 10-seat dining area by a cherry wood buffet table housing a pop-up 40 inch television screen. She features a large aft deck for al fresco entertaining with a teak table, seating for eight guests, a bar and a wall-mounted 32 inch flat screen television.
Superyacht Gusto accommodates up to 10 guests in five staterooms configured as a main deck master suite, two doubles with king size beds, a twin stateroom and a single with a treadmill. All staterooms have en suite facilities and twin 2,735hp MTU engines give her a range of 3,450 nautical miles.
On display at the Fort Lauderdale show, Gusto is asking $8,950,000.