Built in GRP by US yard Westship to a design by Jack Sarin, she was delivered in 2001 under her former name of Martha Ann. She was refitted in 2012 including a full hull and superstructure repaint with her twin 2,250hp MTU engines serviced. Her main saloon offers a dramatic open space with a sit down bar, flat screen HDTV and generous use of exotic woods, onyx and marble plus panoramic views.
Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in five cabins. A full beam master suite on the main deck has stained glass doors, a private office, king sized bed, 42 inch HDTV and a remote controlled entertainment system plus an en suite with shower and whirlpool bath. The two double and two twin cabins below feature rich fabrics, custom joinery, entertainment systems and en suite facilities.
Al fresco dining is available on all decks including a large aft deck with an expandable table and seating for 10. Additional outdoor entertaining and dining is found on the yacht's sumptuous flybridge with its own bar, spa pool and sun loungers. The skylounge features a 50 inch HDTV that appears from a remotely controlled ash and burl cabinet. A home theatre entertainment system and sit-down bar complete the club-like atmosphere.
Mona Liza is asking $9.8 million.