A €1,550,000 price drop has been announced on the 59.8-metre motor yacht Beol, listed for sale with Jim Evans of SuperYachtsMonaco.
Beol was built in Italy by CRN to a design by Zuccon International Project and delivered in 2009. She is offered for sale following a significant interior refit and is awaiting new photography.
Her rich, glossy interior, designed by Fabrizio Smania, accommodates 14 guests in six cabins. The owner's suite benefits from a private fold-out balcony, office and his and her bathrooms. There is also a VIP cabin on the bridge deck plus two doubles and two twin guest cabins, with Pullmans, on the lower deck. A guest lift runs through the four decks. A crew of 13 shares seven cabins.
The main deck saloon comprises three spaces, starting with a piano lounge then a main saloon area leading forward to a formal dining room. More informal open-air dining can be experienced on the upper deck or vast sundeck. The latter sports a Jacuzzi forward, shielded by glass screens, a Turkish bathroom and a helicopter touch-and-go pad aft.
The aft deck features a glass globe sculpture with seating around it and has twin staircases leading to the beach club's large fold-out bathing platform, where a bar and TV are located.
The 998GT yacht for sale has a transatlantic range of 4,000 nautical miles, a cruising speed of 11 knots and a top speed of 14 knots powered by twin 1,950hp Caterpillar 3516B diesel engines. She also benefits from Naiad zero-speed stabilisers and is RINA classed as well as MCA LY2 compliant.
Beol is now asking €27,950,000 with VAT paid and is even open to crytocurrency. She is lying in Cyprus.