The first Benetti Oasis 40M Rebeca has been sold with John Jacobi of Luxury Holdings representing the seller and Andrew Bond of Fraser acting for the buyer.
Rebeca was built by Benetti in 2020 and was the first hull delivered in the popular Oasis 40M series, named after the model's trademark 'oasis deck'. Rather than a cocooning wraparound transom with a lounge facing inwards and a bathing platform below, the aft deck is an uninterrupted open space with a lounge facing out to an infinity pool and the sea beyond.
Built in GRP, the 385GT motor yacht was designed by English studio RWD with a minimalist interior by Bonetti/Kozerski Architecture finished in white lacquer, rosewood accents and teak flooring.
Sliding glass doors lead from the oasis deck to the main saloon and can be left open to create a single indoor-outdoor entertainment space that runs nearly the length of the main deck. The saloon’s focal point is a bar on the far inside wall, which draws the eye past a couple of curvy sofas and low cocktail tables. The upper saloon, which on several future hulls will be the owner’s cabin, is another bright space used on Rebeca as the TV lounge.
Rebeca offers accommodation for up to 11 guests in five cabins, including a full-beam owner's suite. She has crew quarters for up to seven.
Rebeca has a maximum speed of 18 knots and cruising speed of 14.5 knots with a range of 4,000 nautical miles at 11 knots thanks to twin MTU diesel engines.