Built in GRP by Italian yard Benetti, Charade was delivered in 2018 as the sixth hull in the brand's Fast 125 series. The yacht's sporty exterior was designed by Stefano Righini, with contemporary interiors embellished by sharp metal accents from British studio RWD.
Charade had joined the market in the spring fresh from a 2023 refit. A range of new navigational equipment was fitted onto the yacht, alongside a host of exterior works and the completion of its five-year RINA survey.
Large floor-to-ceiling windows fill the yacht's main living spaces with natural light. In addition, a focus on lighting throughout the design process led to an abundance of thin light panels used throughout the yacht's interior, coupled with exterior RGB lighting that can be illuminated in any colour.
Accommodation is for up to eleven guests in five cabins including a full-beam owner’s suite complete with a private office, walk-in wardrobe and his and her bathroom. The remaining cabins are found on the lower deck, comprising two VIP double cabins and two twins.
Onboard highlights include a plexiglass grand piano, flatscreen TV and gaming table for entertainment in the upper lounge area. Elsewhere, the yacht features a customised steel and glass aerial stairway by RWD, with backlit stone step tops leading to the upper deck.
Multiple al fresco dining and lounge spaces are offered throughout the yacht to pair with its panoramic views. In addition, the yacht features a fold-down transom used to create an open-air beach club that connects the guests to the water.
A range of water toys are housed on board including a Williams tender, two jet skis, Seabobs and a pair of hydrofoiling Fliteboards.
This 347 GT yacht draws its power from twin MTU engines, providing a comfortable cruising speed of 17.5 knots and a top speed of 22 knots.
Charade was lying in Istanbul and asking €16,450,000 with VAT paid.