The 35.05 metre Benetti motor yacht Paradigm is back on the market with Jurgen Koch at Fraser.
Paradigm was built in GRP as a Benetti Classic – one of yachting's most successful superyacht series – and delivered in 1998. Her exterior profile is the work of Stefano Righini, while her traditional cherry wood interiors were designed by François Zuretti.
The aft deck has a large dining table with a sofa aft and is perfect for al fresco meals or cocktails as the sun dips below the horizon. The main saloon is accessed via electric glass doors and features two sofas to port, a large oval central coffee table and two club chairs. There is also an entertainment centre including a 52-inch Sony LCD television screen and a Denon stereo surround sound system.
On the bridge deck aft of the pilothouse is a full-beam sky lounge with L-shaped sofas, a cocktail table, two club chairs and a Yamaha player piano to starboard. The port side features a custom built-in desk and a bar for entertaining.
Paradigm can sleep up to 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a master suite, two VIP suites with queen-size beds and two twin cabins, all with Samsung television screens and en suite bathroom facilities. A further four cabins sleep up to seven crew.
No expense has been spared on her upkeep, with upgrades including the installation of Naiad zero speed stabilisers, rebuilt main engines, new larger generators, new teak decks, updated AV equipment and a brand new galley in recent years.
Twin 16V 2000 TE90 MTU diesel engines allow a cruising speed of 13 knots topping out at 21 knots with a range of 2,800 nautical miles.
Paradigm is asking $3,650,000.