The 43-metre Baglietto motor yacht Annamia has joined the market with Edouard Vignal of Ocean Independence.
Built of steel and aluminium in Italy by Baglietto and delivered in 2007, the semi-displacement yacht was designed by Francesco Paszkowski and has had one owner since new. She was last refitted in 2018.
Accommodating a party of 10 to 12, her master stateroom is located on the main deck and the other four cabins are on the lower deck and include two Pullman berths. There are quarters for a crew of seven.
The broker described Annamia's interior as being "timeless and warm". Soft colourful carpets, satin-varnished wood bulkheads, with contrasting panels of light fabric, and a two-person oval bath, encased in wood, in the marble-lined master bathroom are examples of finishes that complement one another to give this ambience. Deck spaces offer plenty of choices for guests to relax alone, socialise or enjoy al fresco dining.
Powered by twin 1,950hp Caterpillar engines, the 419GT yacht for sale has a range of 4,000 nautical miles at 10 knots. Cruising speed is 14 knots and maximum speed is 16 knots. The Bureau Veritas-classed vessel is commercially registered and benefits from zero-speed stabilisers.
Lying in Cogolin, France, Annamia is asking €10,800,000.