The 34.4-metre motor yacht Grateful is newly listed for sale with Filippo Rossi of Floating Life, along with V Marine.
Built of GRP by Italian yard Benetti, the RINA-classed Oasis 34's exterior was designed in the UK by RWD with an interior from New York-based architecture firm Bonetti/Kozerski. Grateful was newly launched in 2023 and the broker pointed out that she represents the opportunity to purchase this latest model just five months after her launch, with no wait.
Grateful accommodates 10 guests in five cabins, the master cabin being on the main deck. The lower deck contains two doubles and two twin guest cabins and there are quarters for a crew of seven in four cabins. The main saloon, with 270-degree views aft, opens out onto the aft deck through large sliding doors and features a longitudinal dining table, large TV and "detachable sofa".
Up on the sundeck, a 10-seater dining table, protected by the hard bimini, provides for al fresco dining. The sit-up bar aft can be shaded by an awning stretched between carbon-fibre poles. A glass-backed pool, flush with the deck and flanked by sunpads and stairs, forms a focal point on the aft deck. Side bulwarks fold out to enlarge the deck area to 76 square metres, where a parasol can provide a degree of shade.
The yacht for sale is powered by twin 1,380hp MTU diesels – with low engine hours – and has a top speed of 16 knots and cruising speed of 14 knots. The yacht boasts a range of 2,700 nautical miles at 10 knots, as well as a side-opening garage, to port, which contains her tender.
Lying in Viareggio, Italy, Grateful is asking €16,900,000.