A custom-built motor yacht with a striking two-tone hull, the 56 metre Bash has been listed for sale with Burgess. Since hitting the water in 2012, she has been meticulously maintained and is now ready for a new chapter. Take a closer look on board...
Bash was custom-built by Italian shipyard Benetti and delivered in 2012. Her striking exterior comes from the boards of Stefano Natucci while Francois Zuretti handled the interior design. Her classically-styled interiors feature glossed wood, marbles surfaces, and ivory carpets with bursts of regal red and gold.
Bash can accommodate up to 12 guests in six en suite cabins, comprising an owner’s suite and bridge deck VIP, with two doubles and two twins on the lower deck. The full-beam, split-level owner’s suite sits forward on the main deck and is accessed through a private office/reception area. There’s a king size bed, marble en suite bathroom, and a private observation lounge offering exceptional 180-degree sea views. Close the blinds and this area doubles as the perfect spot for a cosy movie night with a TV that pops out of the cabinetry.
All three decks are linked by an elevator while further accommodation can sleep up to 13 crew members.
Bash is equally as impressive on the outside too. Perfect for those looking to make the most out of warmer weather, there are plenty of spots to catch some rays. Lazy afternoons are best spent up on the sun deck where you will find a 10-person Jacuzzi flanked by sun pads and protected by an arc of privacy glass screens, as well as a sit up bar, pizza oven and outdoor cinema. Long lunches can be enjoyed beneath a removable awning or there’s a more formal dining option on the aft deck below.
For those who can’t wait to get out on the water, Bash features a beach club that houses an impressive inventory of water toys, with a large fold-down swim platform to launch them from.
Power comes from twin 1850hp Caterpillar diesel engines for a top speed of 16 knots and an impressive transoceanic range of over 5000 nautical miles when pared back to 12 knots.
Meanwhile, Quantum zero-speed stabilisers ensure comfort at anchor no matter where your adventures on board Bash may take you.
Cruising the Caribbean this winter, Bash is listed for sale with Burgess with an asking price of €24,950,000. The current owner is also considering a 35 to 40 metre yacht in part-exchange.
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