The 43.3-metre Richmond motor yacht Calliope has joined the market with Stuart Larsen at Fraser.
Delivered by Canadian yard Richmond in 2007, the 395 GT yacht was fully refitted in 2022 and remains in class. Continual upgrades have kept her in good condition throughout her life and she is a proven world traveller that has "cruised around the world on her own bottom", according to her broker.
Her most recent refit focused on both aesthetic and functional changes. Her current owner, an experienced yachtsman, added a bulbous bow for improved seakeeping and fuel consumption, as well as making some improvements to her original Ron Holland design.
Calliope has a flexible accommodation layout which can be configured as either five or six cabins (with the option of using the captain's cabin for guest use), and she benefits from a full-beam owner's cabin with two bathrooms plus a gym-office hybrid – rare on a yacht of this size.
The GRP yacht has a good selection of al fresco areas for a new owner to make use of, including a sundeck fitted with a dayhead and whirlpool.
The yacht's C32 Caterpillar engines propel her to a top speed of 17 knots pared back to a cruising speed of 12 knots.
Calliope is asking $15,500,000.