The 36.6-metre Benetti superyacht Giorgia has been sold 100 days after being listed, with Charles Carveles and Matthew Gant of Edmiston representing the seller and Luca Gianardi of Master Brokerage representing the buyer.
Launched in 2009, Giorgia is one of Benetti's Classic 120 series designed by Stefano Righini. The 36.6-metre returns to the market after she was sold in May 2022, following a refit in 2021, which saw her interiors overhauled under the creative eye of Francois Zuretti, a Zytexx coat applied and new heads and carpets for the guest cabins.
Described as "traditional" and "tasteful", Giorgia’s interiors are filled with cream tones with wooden accents. The main deck saloon is richly decorated with light-oak parquet flooring and leather sofas. It features a formal dining area for up to ten people as well as ample seating on two sofas and two armchairs around a large coffee table. The skylounge, one deck up, offers a more casual relaxation space with a sit-up bar and a Jacuzzi.
Accommodation on board is for up to 12 guests across five well-appointed cabins. The master suite, located forward on the main deck, has a walk-through office and en suite bathroom with a bath and a shower.
Meanwhile, the two doubles and two twins with additional Pullman berths are situated on the lower deck. All rooms follow a similar theme to the main deck with cream accents and dark woods and have marble en suites. Out on deck she offers large amounts of space with a spa pool on the sun deck and dining and relaxing on all three levels.
Powered by twin 1550hp Caterpillar C32 Diesel engines, the yacht can reach top speeds of up to 16 knots, with a cruising range of 3,500 nautical miles at 13 knots.
Giorgia was asking €5,500,000.