Listed for sale with Hannah Wolstenholme at Edmiston, the 37.49 metre motor yacht Safe Haven is now looking for a new owner. The yacht has proved to be a highly popular addition to the charter fleet, having secured 32 weeks of bookings under her current ownership.
Safe Haven was first delivered by Italian Sea Group brand Admiral in 2015, with exterior penned by Luca Dini and interiors styled by Gian Mario. The Admiral Impero 37 model was constructed in aluminum to RINA and MCA compliancy and she won a coveted Neptune trophy at the 2015 World Superyacht Awards following her launch.
Accommodation is offered for up to 11 guests in five large cabins consisting of a main deck master suite, two VIP suites, a double and a twin, all with LED television screens and en-suite bathroom facilities.
The capacious saloon is clad in glass, allowing natural light to flood in. The area features a drinks bar, a lounge with an entertainment centre and a formal dining space.
The aft deck cockpit of this yacht for sale has a transom door that, when opened, reveals a spacious beach club with a day head, shower, sauna, and storage for a 5.5 metre tender
More al fresco relaxation is available on the sundeck, which offers a heated swimming pool, another drinks bar, fridge, gas grill and seating for up to 12 guests sheltered by a hard top and a retractable sun awning. The foredeck comes with sunpads, an outdoor cinema and a golf tee-off. Twin 1,925hp Caterpillar engines give her a cruising speed of 18 knots.
Currently located in Fort Lauderdale, Safe Haven is in the process of undergoing a $2.6 million refit to get her in ship-shape condition for her new owner; works will include a full repaint of her hull and superstructure as well as interior upgrades and servicing.
Safe Haven is asking €12,500,000.