Built in GRP by Italian yard Azimut to a design by Stefano Righini, Anchor Management was delivered in 2003 as an Azimut Carat 80 model. A luxurious interior by Carlo Galeazzi comfortably accommodates eight guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite with a queen sized bed, a VIP suite with a queen sized bed, a double and a twin cabin, all with marble en suite bathroom facilities.
Her large saloon has joinery in cherry wood, a suede ceiling and custom carpets new in 2010. Relaxation is in two curved settees facing a state of the art entertainment system including a 40 inch Samsung HD 3D television screen while the formal dining area features an oval dining table in high gloss cherry wood, seating for six guests and a marble floor.
Up on the flybridge, there is teak decking and al fresco entertainment and dining comes courtesy of large curved settees with cushions to port and starboard, a dining table, barbecue, fridge and sink. More outdoor living is offered on the sheltered aft deck with a decorative table, seating and an access door through to the engine room. Twin 1,500hp MTU diesel engines allow a cruising speed of 25 knots, topping out at 28 knots.
Anchor Management was asking $995,000.