Delivered in 2005, Jaguar's exterior and naval architecture was created by Italian designer Stefano Natucci. The sought-after charter vessel is in turn key condition, having undergone a comprehensive refit and interior refresh this year.
Accommodation is for up to 14 guests in six cabins, with further space for 13 crew. The full-beam master cabin on the main deck offers an office, private access to the yacht's well-equipped gym, and a bathtub with sea views. There is an ensuite VIP cabin on the upper deck, while the remaining guest cabins are situated on the lower deck.
Jaguar's interior remodel was led by Dufva Barreca Design, who opted for a blue and cream colour scheme alongside plush furniture and fine materials, such as varnished oak and marble. The main saloon features a bar and formal dining table for 12 guests.
Jaguar's spacious sundeck is the main convivial area, arranged with an elevated Jacuzzi, sit-up bar adjacent and collection of sunloungers with parasols. There are also sunpads, fixed in prime position for far-flung views off the bow. Opportunities for al fresco dining can be found on the sun deck and the upper deck.
The yacht's spacious beach club comes equipped with a selection of water toys and tenders, including a MasterCraft Boats tender, a custom 11.5-metre Intrepid Chase tender and a full sports-fishing setup.
Powered by twin Caterpillar engines, this yacht for sale can reach a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 13.5 knots. Quantum zero-speed stabilisers also ensure greater stability at anchor.
Jaguar is asking €22,500,000.