Open Day aboard superyachts Hana, Il Cigno and Oxygen in Monaco with CNI

12 October 2011By Malcolm MacLean

No sooner has the Monaco Yacht Show closed its doors than Simon Goldsworth and Rytis Babravicius at Camper & Nicholsons decide to hold an Open Day aboard the motor yachts Hana, Il Cigno and Oxygen in Monaco on Thursday November 3rd between 3pm and 7pm.

Hana is a 43m motor yacht built by CRN in 2008. RINA classed and MCA compliant, she accommodates 11 guests in a full width master, three double and one twin stateroom with Pullman.

The second hull in the acclaimed CRN 43m series, this superyacht was designed with a light, modern interior for a family of experienced yacht owners and supervised carefully throughout her construction by an experienced project manager employed directly by the owner and with regular inspections by RINA (class) and MCA (commercial safety).

Features include a full beam owners stateroom on the main deck with a private terrace and balcony, zero-speed at anchor stabilisers, integrated Apple TV with hard-drive, beach and gym area. Hana is listed by Simon Goldsworthy asking €14.95 million.

Built by Italy’s Nicolini yard in 1985, the 41.65m Il Cigno was completely rebuilt from the hull up in 2002 and refitted again by her current Owners in 2006. This gentleman’s superyacht offers a classic exterior teamed with a stylish and modern contemporary interior.

Always maintained with great care and attention and with no expense spared, she is presented to the market in immaculate condition and with a full technical and mechanical worklist completed in winter 2010/11. MCA compliant, Il Cigno offers accommodation for 10 guests. Simon Goldsworthy is her joint listing agent with Burgess and the asking price is €4.5 million.

Oxygen is a 42m motor yacht built by Baglietto to ABS class in 2009. MCA compliant, she sleeps up to 11 guests in a full beam main deck master suite, two full beam VIP staterooms and two twin cabins plus a single for a nanny or additional guest.

Oxygen has a clever and innovative design that has optimized exterior deck space so as to give guests as much deck space as on most 50m superyachts. Her interior layout and space and abundant daylight also allow her to be compared to most 50m yachts.

Oxygen's versatile range of cruising speeds as a true semi displacement yacht also gives her great appeal and flexibility in usage. She cruises just as comfortably from 10 knots all the way up to 19/20 knots. Her innovative hull design and slender wave piercing bulbous bow ensures good speeds and a dry boat underway and also less pitching motion. Asking €16.5 million, she's listed for sale by Rytis Babravicius.