Built in steel and aluminium by German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen, C2 was delivered in 2009.
With just one owner since new, she has been meticulously maintained throughout her life and is offered for sale fresh from an extensive refit, which involved a seven-metre extension of her hull, the addition of two new cabins, a swimming pool, redesigned beach club and tender garage.
Easy to spot on the horizon, she features a striking midnight-blue hull paired with an ice-white superstructure, with clean lines courtesy of Reymond Langton Design.
C2 can sleep up to 31 guests across 15 cabins with further accommodation for a crew of 27. The owner's suite sits in pride of place forward on the upper deck, accessed via a private corridor with two children's cabins off to the side. The remaining guest accommodation is split across three decks, comprised of 11 guests cabins and a VIP suite. A glass elevator services all guest decks.
A large swim platform welcomes guests aboard and transforms into the perfect launchpad for toys and tenders. A brand new beach club was designed as part of her 2019 refit with fold-out balconies to port and starboard, flooding the space with light and soft sea-breeze. A large glass-bottomed swimming pool sits above on the aft deck, accompanied by plenty of sunpads, which on cooler evenings serve as the ultimate spot to watch a movie beneath the stars.
There are plenty of spots to relax and dine al fresco on board, not to mention the sundeck, complete with a Jacuzzi and a bar for drinks served straight to your sunlounger. After a day spent soaking up the sun or messing about on the water, guests can gather in the main saloon and recount the day's events.
Power comes from a pair of 3516 B-DITA Caterpillar engines delivering a top speed 16.5 knots and an impressive range of 6,690 nautical miles when travelling at a reduced speed of 13.5 knots. Quantum XT zero speed stabilisers were updated during her most recent refit.
On display at the Monaco Yacht Show, C2 is asking €90,000,000.