The 41 metre motor yacht Flying Dagger has been jointly listed for sale by Jeremy Comport at Ocean Independence and Aquamarine.
Built in aluminium by Italian yard Codecasa to a design by Andrea Bacigalupo, Flying Dagger is ABS classed and MCA compliant with delivery in 2009 as the second yacht in the yard’s 41S series. A clean, streamlined interior by Ivana Porfiri accommodates eight guests in four cabins. These comprise a master suite, VIP suite and two twins, all with entertainment centres, television screens and en-suite bathroom facilities. A further four cabins sleep seven crewmembers aboard this yacht for sale.
A full-width open-plan main saloon has formal dining for eight guests. The relaxation area has two leather settees and four armchairs and includes an entertainment centre with a large screen television, DVD, CD and satellite TV.
The external areas offer wide sunbathing spaces and sun pads, not only on the aft deck and flybridge, but at the bow as well. Here there is an al fresco dining and sunbathing area where guests can relax in complete privacy, away from prying eyes on the dock.
On the aft deck is another dining table in front of the main saloon’s doors, along with a large sunpad cleverly concealing a Jacuzzi. Three 2,400 hp MTU diesel engines linked to triple KaMeWa water jets power her to speeds of up to 34 knots.
Flying Dagger is asking €11,300,000.