Delivered in July 2022, the all-aluminum build is in turnkey condition and will be available for inspection at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show.
Technical features include a 3,500 nautical mile range at 10 knots and a gross tonnage just shy of 500 GT. A fast displacement hull form, combined with twin Caterpillar engines, give her a top speed in excess of 18 knots.
Ciao is one of just a handful of yachts of sale which have been delivered in 2022. Accommodation is for ten guests across a five-cabin layout, with a main deck owner’s suite and four VIP cabins on the lower deck.
Exterior design comes from British studio Omega Architects, while interiors are by Italian firm Studio Massari. A plumb bow and long lines of glazing lend her a modern profile, which is matched by a contemporary interior.
The yacht is home to a generous, light-filled main saloon with hull-height windows, limed wood and a cool colour palette that is warmed up by red accents.
This theme extends into her skylounge, which is fitted out as a miniature cinema room with a large screen and sofa seating.
On the exterior, the yacht volunteers a selection of dining and winding areas including a shaded aft deck dining arrangement that is perfect for casual meals or breakfast.
Elsewhere, the sundeck offers a Jacuzzi, sunloungers, bar area and an additional table set-up. Tender storage is tucked away neatly in the foredeck area.
One of the highlights on board Ciao is her beach club, which has been conceived as a waterfront lounge complete with an overwater balcony, TV area and wellness zone with shower and Hammam.
CRN has described the yacht as a "tailor-made creation with a strong artisanal stamp”. She hit the water at Ferretti Group’s Ancona facilities at the end of May.
Ciao is asking €34,800,000 and will be on display at the Monaco Yacht Show.