Delivered by Benetti in 1991 to a design by George Nicholson, she is one of the two Allseas 40 models produced by the Italian shipyard. After a refit in 2012, she now boasts a fresh interior design by Rémy Tessier, who created a perennial style focused on guest relaxation and entertainment.
The large sundeck is an ideal space for entertaining. The shaded dining table, various areas for sunbathing and bar corner create a luxurious experience and ideal vantage point for viewing the outdoor scenery.
Amoha is designed to accommodate up to ten guests in five staterooms. The generous master cabin features a private office, a his-and-hers walk-in closet and ensuite facilities. Further accommodation includes another VIP and three twin staterooms, all with their own private bathrooms and wardrobes.
Powered by twin diesel MTU 12V396 1,960hp engines, she comfortably cruises at 15 knots, reaching a maximum speed of 17 knots. Amoha is also equipped with a Naiad underway stabilisation system. Her gross tonnage is 308 GT and the beam sits at 7.62 metres.
Amoha is asking €5,200,000.