Delivered by Benetti in 1991 to a design by George Nicholson, with Ray Harvey as naval architect, she boasts a fresh interior by Rémi Tessier, who worked on the original designs by Francois Zuretti to upgrade and enhance her look.
The yacht can accommodate 10 guests in five cabins including a widebody master suite on the main deck with its own private office and walk-in wardrobe. The rest of the accommodation includes a VIP and three twin cabins.
In terms of social areas, Amoha benefits from a large main saloon with a dining area, which has been finished in an Art Deco style that matches the exterior style of this superyacht. Above, the upper deck has a second lounge with a large bar and games table.
Amoha is crowned by a sundeck complete with sofa seating, a variety of sunloungers and a bar. The space has been conceived for entertaining, with far-reaching views and a good balance between shaded and sunning areas. There are alternative spots to unwind and dine on her upper deck aft, while the main deck aft plays host to tender storage.
Powered by twin diesel MTU 12V396 1,960hp engines, she comfortably cruises at 15 knots. Her gross tonnage is 308 GT and she has beam of 7.6 metres.
Amoha was asking €4,500,000.