The 31-metre superyacht BIM has been sold, with Juan Andrade of SuperYachtsMonaco representing the seller and TY8 Yachts introducing the buyer.
Built in GRP to a design by Zuccon International Project, the yacht was delivered in 2003 as a Custom Line Navetta 30 from Ferretti Group's CRN construction site. Accommodation is for 12 guests in five cabins comprising a full-beam master suite, two VIP suites and two twins, each with a Pullman berth, and all cabins have en suite bathroom facilities.
The interior is characterised by glossy cherry wood panelling paired with cream soft furnishings for a classic look. The saloon on the main deck is flanked by large windows with an aft seating area, while forward is a dining area for eight guests. More seating is found on the upper sky lounge, which hosts "state of the art" audio and visual systems.
Elsewhere, the main deck features a shaded aft deck and al fresco dining table, followed by a lower extended swim platform, for easy access to the water and water toy launches.
On the upper deck, adjacent to the sky lounge, is a partially shaded al fresco dining option and generous exterior seating area, with wicker seats and coffee tables, ideal for entertaining on any occasion.
Powered by twin MAN 1919hp engines, the 1,79GT yacht cruises at 13 knots and can reach top speeds of 18 knots.
BIM had a last known asking price of €3,250,000.