Built with a GRP hull and superstructure, Safad was delivered in 2015 by Italian shipyard Benetti as part of its Classic 121 series and has been used only privately since then. Her sleek lines and spacious tri-deck profile, designed by the late Stefano Righini, are characterised by expansive panoramic windows.
Safad ensures unparalleled comfort for all guests and has been upgraded to include a sundeck featuring a Jacuzzi with a wraparound lounging area, complemented by a bar and cooling mist jets. The extended hard top provides additional shaded exterior deck spaces.
Heightening the relaxed atmosphere onboard, the aft informal seating area includes a central lift-out TV, while the formal dining area lies forward and is to a modern design, conveniently connected to the crew pantry. On all decks, a dumbwaiter ensures efficient crew service.
Thanks to the extensive use of glass and open-hatch portholes across the vessel, Safad welcomes fresh and naturally lit corridors. Interior design is by Francois Zuretti, which is described as “laid-back” yet “elegant” by Northrop & Johnson.
Accommodation is for a total of ten guests across five cabins, comprising a main-deck owner’s suite with breathtaking panoramic views, a king-size berth and his-and-hers separated ensuites.
Power derives from a pair of MTU 12V 2000 M72 engines that deliver a cruising speed of 11 knots and a range of 3,400 nautical miles. She is complete with a Castoldi Jet tender, Seadoo GTX jet ski and four Seabobs.
Safad is asking €10,900,000.