The 63.5-metre motor yacht Lioness V is newly listed for sale, for the first time since new, by Alex Lees-Buckley of Camper & Nicholsons.
Built of steel and aluminium in Italy by Benetti in 2006, the yacht's exterior design is by Stefano Natucci and interior by Argent Design. The broker said: "Built as Lionheart in 2006 for highly experienced and discerning owners this yacht was a milestone for Benetti and the industry alike".
Accommodating a party of 12, her full-beam master suite is located forward on the main deck and has walk-in his and hers dressing rooms and bathrooms – across the full width of the hull – and an adjoining lounge. Three double cabins with baths and two twins with showers are positioned on the lower deck. There are quarters for a crew of up to 21.
Layout of the main saloon, dining area and upper deck is typical for this class of vessel, in proven format. Extensive use is made of burr oak panelling and Crema Marfil stone, inlaid with mother of pearl throughout guest areas. The main saloon opens aft to a full bar and lounging area on the aft deck and, from here, an extra wide staircase leads down to the swim platform via the reception area and spacious beach club. A gym, steam room and shower are to hand.
Lioness V's sundeck offers al fresco dining for 12, a plunge pool and sunpads and loungers galore. There is an automated golf Tee-It driving range.
Twin 2,261hp Caterpillar diesels power the 1,389GT yacht for sale up to a maximum speed of 16 knots and cruising speed of 12 knots. Range is 5,800 nautical miles at 10 knots.
Lioness V is asking €45,000,000 and lying in Monaco.