Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Oceanco to Lloyd's class and MCA compliant, Natita was delivered in 2005 with a refit in 2012. Her luxurious interior by Alberto Pinto uses a selection of woods, leathers and fabrics to create a harmonious atmosphere. Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in six cabins consisting of a full-beam master and two VIP suites with king sized beds, two twins to port and starboard on the bridge deck and a double bunked cabin for children or staff, all with en-suite bathroom facilities.
The main-deck saloon is designed in handsome macassar ebony and sycamore wood panelling with nickel-plated highlights. Her settees and chairs are a sensual combination of fabrics and leather and the entire area offers incredible light through her large windows.
Natita offers two interior dining rooms. Formal dining is found on the main deck forward of the main saloon. This area seats 12 guests comfortably at her dark wood table with chairs framed in dark wood and light fabrics. The second inside dining area for 12 is found in the skylounge to port. The interior décor of the skylounge and dining area is in light woods and brilliant fabrics accented with contrasting tones of blue and red. The skylounge is a bright, cheery area with large floor-to-ceiling windows, a bar with a pantry for serving, and super comfortable settees and chairs in a setting designed for relaxation.
Through the skylounge doors aft is a casual al fresco dining area with a large table, which seats 12 or can be separated for two smaller parties. The sundeck features a scallop-shaped pool that also offers Jacuzzi functions and the pool is flanked by four wide steps in an overflow area, which allows guests to cool down by relaxing in the shallow areas.
Vesa Kaukonen comments: “The new owner will invest a substantial amount to upgrade her to even higher luxury charter standards than she previously had and, following a refit, she will be available for charter from June 2018 by KK Superyachts.”
Twin 3,016hp Deutz diesel engines power her to a cruising speed of 13 knots.
Natita was asking $39.9 million.