The 56 metre Benetti motor yacht Lady Candy has been sold by Greg Gheraia at Blackorange Yachts, while Nicholas Hidiroglou from Parsifal Yachting represented the buyer.
Lady Candy sports a 'moondust' painted hull designed by Central Yachts and was delivered in 2013 by Italian yard Benetti. She was built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure to Lloyds class,
Stand-out amenities include an enclosed aft beach club with a bar and a gym to starboard separated from the social space by a glass partition. A little design feature quirk here is the inside staircase as well as the exterior ones, allowing guests to use the beach club during bad weather.
A tender garage is found forward on the main deck where smaller vessels are deployed by a crane. The sundeck meanwhile features a spa pool and large al fresco dining table while a dumbwaiter transports dirty dishes out of sight.
The BAMO-penned interiors sleep up to 12 guests in six staterooms including an owner’s suite with a fireplace, bar and office opposite a forward VIP on the upper aft deck.
The main deck also features a cinema, practical galley and open-plan main and dining saloons. Light woods such as birch and lined oak with neutral tones feature heavily throughout the Asian-influenced interior.
Twin MTU 12V4000M53R engines provide a top speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots, while an impressive range of 8,000 nautical miles is possible at 10 knots.
Lady Candy was asking $32,000,000.