5G's main deck interior layout is unusual, having sliding glass doors leading forward from the main saloon into the formal dining room. With these doors closed, the space could be transformed into a private boardroom. Aft is the sky lounge with L-shaped sofa seating to port facing a pop-up TV to starboard.
Forward of the main lobby is the owner's suite with two dressing rooms, a his and hers bathroom, dressing table to port and sofa to starboard. Two VIP double cabins and two twin cabins on the lower deck complete the accommodation for a party of 12 guests.
5G has a raised Jacuzzi forward on the sun deck flanked by sunpads. Beneath the hardtop there is a dining table and a fully equipped bar, while aft is ample deck space for relaxation, sunlounging or entertainment. Watertoys are stowed here too when underway.
On the upper deck aft is another large deck space, mostly covered by the overhang, its focus being on al fresco dining. There is banquette seating aft where guests can withdraw after dining, a bar forward to port and a drop-down TV in the deckhead, making the space well suited to entertainment. The main deck aft has a lounge area and steps leading down to the swimming platform. Side hatches open up port and starboard.
Twin 2,735hp MTU diesel engines give the 328GT yacht a top speed of 24 knots, a cruising speed of 19 knots.
5G was asking €8,750,000.