The 33 metre Baglietto motor yacht Nauta has been sold with both the seller and buyer represented by David Legrand at Fraser.
Built in aluminium by Italian yard Baglietto to a design by Francesco Paszkowski and delivered in 2001, she has been constantly upgraded since, including a major refit in 2007. Décor is in light wood paneling, giving her an airy interior ambience and she sleeps up to ten guests in five cabins. Accommodation consists of a full-beam master suite, a VIP suite and three twins, all with entertainment centres and en-suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for five crew.
The large main saloon has comfortable seating on two sofas and three armchairs, and comes complete with a bar, fridge and walk-in wine cellar. There is also an entertainment centre including a large screen Sony television mounted on a rise and fall mechanism. Forward is a separate dining room with seating for up to ten guests on a settee and four chairs.
The aft deck seats up to 12 guests at an al fresco dining table surrounded by upholstered rattan armchairs. The vast sundeck offers loungers, extensive seating and tables, plus a dining area shaded by a custom hard top.
Twin 2,775hp MTU diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 24 knots and, aided by a planing hull, she can reach a maximum speed of 30 knots.
Nauta was asking €1,950,000.