The 38.1-metre Bangadang has been sold with Christopher Mosley of SuperYachtsMonaco representing the seller and Frank Grzeszczak Jr. of FGI Yacht Group introducing the buyer.
Bangadang was built in GRP by Benetti and delivered in 2019 as the eighth hull in Benetti's Fast 125 series. The model was designed by Stefano Righini with an interior by British studio RWD and was fitted with €700,000 of extras.
Accommodation for a party of up to 12 guests is provided in five staterooms with further quarters for 12 crew. The design is such that a complete retrofit is easily achievable should a future owner wish, although Bangadang is ready for cruising now. A dedicated beach club is one of her standout features that adds charter appeal – although, the vessel has only been used privately, by the same owners, since new.
The 349 GT yacht has only 400 hours clocked up under its main engines, which can power a top speed of 24 knots, cruising speed of 18.5 knots and 1,750-nautical-mile range. The broker highlighted that seakeeping performance is enhanced in part thanks to a "40 per cent lighter" carbon-fibre composite superstructure as well as the "near silent and vibration-free" Rolls Royce Azipulls, complemented by zero-speed stabilisers.
Her construction was independently supervised, on behalf of her owner, by SuperYachtsMonaco.
Bangadang was asking €14,300,000.