Quid Pro Quo, with an interior by the French designer Michel Sagbini, is an outstanding example of the popular 32-metre Benetti Tradition class. A particularly clever layout makes this a very spacious yacht for her size with bright and inviting interiors and great outdoor areas.
The main deck offers a large and elegant 'designer' saloon that incorporates a formal dining area, all brightly lit through huge windows that provide a real sense of connection with the sea.
Forward from the saloon, past stairs to the raised pilothouse, is the master suite, which includes a king-sized bed, large walk-in wardrobe and a bathroom with bath, and separate head compartment. Four further guest cabins are positioned on the lower deck. Accessed from the saloon, a double cabin positioned beside a small twin cabin with upper and lower bunks (but without ensuite facilities) create a self-contained family area. A second stairway descends amidships to the second double and twin cabin, both with ensuite shower facilities.
Quid Pro Quo boasts four excellent deck areas - a forward sundeck with spa pool, and a complete outside living area on the lower sundeck with alfresco dining, lounging, sunbathing and a bar. A further dining area is found on the aft deck, while the foredeck boasts a very large sunbed.
For watersports, Quid Pro Quo can offer a 4-metre tender, two inflatable canoes, a selection of water skis and various towables, including a wake board, banana and various doughnuts.
Quid Pro Quo charters from €55,000 in the low season to €59,500 in the high season