With naval architecture by Philippe Briand, Sybaris was built in aluminium by Italian yard Perini Navi to ABS class and MCA coding, with delivery as recently as autumn 2016. Her interior, with wood veneered panelling by designer PH Design accommodates 12 guests in six cabins consisting of a master suite and five doubles, all with entertainment centres, television screens recessed into the bulkheads and marble en suite bathroom facilities. There are also six cabins sleeping 11 crew.
Her main deck features an expansive guest area which connects seamlessly to the cockpit by way of a four metre wide sliding glass door. Inside her main saloon, guests can enjoy uninterrupted sea views as well as an abundance of natural light.
Two large custom circular settees around coffee tables sitting atop accent rugs make this a supremely luxurious relaxation area accentuated by two 60 inch LED television screens and a stereo surround sound system. Forward is a marble table with seating for 12 guests.
The 18 metre teak floored flybridge has an outdoor steering station with two helm seats, two L-shaped corner settees with coffee tables, a bar, fridge and ample storage space. Twin 1,930hp MTU diesel engines give her a range of 4,000 nautical miles at 12.5 knots.
Sybaris was asking €88 million.