Built in GRP by Italian yard Azimut to a design by Stefano Righini, Arrecho was delivered in 2006 as an Azimut 116 Flybridge model and refitted in 2015. Her interior, by Carlo Galeazzi, accommodates up to 12 guests in five cabins consisting of a full-beam master suite with a private terrace, two VIP suites and two twins plus two Pullman berths. All cabins have entertainment centres and en-suite bathroom facilities, and there are quarters for six crew.
The main saloon features an elegant, tranquil décor with ample seating provided by three sofas upholstered in soft aqua lime. Two cocktail tables flank the sofas, while a full-service bar, situated aft, easily services the saloon and aft deck areas. The glass-topped dining table is surrounded by woven rattan chairs in a rich tobacco-coloured finish, seating up to ten guests.
Outdoors, the flybridge is accessed from either the aft deck or the pilothouse. This area was specifically designed for al fresco entertaining. It includes a very large wraparound seating arrangement and table, a bar with built-in stools perfect for happy hour and a whirlpool Jacuzzi surrounded by sunpads. Two Bimini tops provide protection from the sun over the dining area.
Twin MTU 16V2000 diesel engines power her to a cruising speed of 15 knots and a maximum speed of 24 knots.
Arrecho was asking $3,500,000.