The 59.3 metre Benetti motor yacht IDyllic has been listed for sale with Michel Chryssicopoulos at IYC following an extensive refit programme.
IDyllic was first delivered in 2008, built to a design by Stefano Natucci with interior styling by Studio Massari. She checked in for a nine-month refit in Greece where her traditional interiors were transformed into a contemporary setting where guests can dine, entertain and socialise.
Her refit work was best seen in the upper saloon where everything was replaced from the furniture to the lighting fixtures and the ceiling itself. This secondary lounge now features an ornate cocktail bar, games table and a large flatscreen TV opposite an L-shaped sofa. From here, guests can directly access the al fresco dining area.
All six cabins, which can sleep a total of 12 guests, have been replenished with new furnishings and accessories. A full-beam, split-level master cabin, which has its own office and private lounge with panoramic views forward, while the remaining guest accommodation comprises a VIP cabin on the main deck and four double guest cabins on the lower deck, two of which are equipped with Pullman bunks.
Further accommodation sleeps a crew of 15.
IDyllic's exterior decks also enjoyed a reconfiguration during her most recent refit. The sun deck is now home to a new cinema and lounge area and the Jacuzzi's sofas have been replaced with new cushions and sun pads.
Twin MTU 16V 4000 diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 15 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles. She also boasts those indispensable extras — zero-speed stabilisers.
IDyllic is asking €31,000,000 and will be on display at the Monaco Yacht Show.