Constructed in GRP by Italian yard Azimut and delivered in 2020 as a Grande 27M model, she sports an exterior design courtesy of Stefano Righini. Azimut developed the naval architecture, while Salvagni Architetti-penned interiors accommodate ten guests in five staterooms including a master suite, a VIP suite, a double cabin and a twin cabin.
Standout features include a flybridge kitted out with an al fresco dining area and wet bar offered shelter by a bimini hardtop. Guests are afforded panoramic views by the space which also includes sun lounging and a Jacuzzi.
Below, the main deck aft offers an additional al fresco dining area with built-in furniture overlooking an expansive beach club and deck chairs facing the ocean. Elsewhere, the yacht’s large foredeck hosts sun pads that can be shaded, with a more secluded social area forward.
Moving inside, Rina’s interior boasts a main saloon with two large sofas and an armchair aft of a formal dining area for up to eight guests. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide the yacht's airy interiors with an “open-feel” and give guests far-reaching ocean views when the yacht is cruising.
Twin MAN V12-900 diesel engines provide a top speed of 28 knots and a cruising speed of 24 knots. A range of 800 nautical miles is possible at a speed of 12 knots.
Rina was asking $6,900,000.