The 54 metre Seabreeze is offered for sale with Talal Cassim of Northrop & Johnson. Built in Italy in 1984 by Benetti, the steel and aluminium motor yacht has been regularly updated with the most recent overhaul being carried out between 2019 and 2022.
Her interior design is the work of Evan K. Marshall and makes use of bird's eye maple and ostrich trim. Accommodation comprises a spacious owner's suite with a king-size bed, a VIP with a queen, two double cabins with queens and two twin cabins. There are two more cabins on the lower deck, ideal for families travelling with nannies or for security staff. These additional cabins can also be converted into gym/spa/massage rooms. Crew quarters allow for a team of up to 14.
Seabreeze's main deck has an open-plan lounge area and a formal dining table for eight guests, the space enhanced by white marble soles with polished bird's eye inlays. The upper saloon, with bird's eye maple sole, was designed for entertaining with a five-person marble-top bar, a large TV and a high-end sound system with 12 speakers, a subwoofer and a mixer.
The sprawling sundeck comes complete with a touch-and-go helipad that converts to a 16-person shaded lounge or party area. There are spaces dedicated to sunbathing, dining al fresco and watching the coast go by, while the chef prepares lunch at the Teppanyaki grill. Forward is a Jacuzzi, flanked by sunpads that are softly illuminated at night. The aft part of the bridge deck is used to stow the two Novurania tenders and a pair of jet skis. When launched, this area transforms into another al fresco dining space.
Twin Caterpillar 3512B diesel engines power this yacht for sale to her cruising speed of 12.5 knots. She has a transatlantic range of 6,000 nautical miles.
Seabreeze is asking €10,995,000.