The 63.8-metre motor yacht Magna Grecia has been newly listed for sale with Crispin Baynes and Dimitris Maroulis of Burgess.
Built by German yard Elsflether Werft to Bureau Veritas classification and MCA compliance, the steel and aluminium vessel was delivered in 1987 and recently underwent an award-winning, 24-month rebuild. Magna Grecia's exterior was designed by Hans M Huchzermeir and her new interior is by Francesco Paszkowski.
Works carried out included a 5.3-metre stern extension, adding a garage, as well as a machinery overhaul and full repaint. Her sundeck was widened, funnels moved outboard and a new hardtop added. As well as teak decking being replaced, a Villeroy & Boch hot tub was installed up on the sundeck, along with a large bar and a day head with shower.
The interior – accommodating 12 guests and a crew of 15 – was completely replaced, with a fold-out balcony added to the owner's main deck cabin and a new office installed off the main saloon. A VIP guest cabin is positioned on the bridge deck while the remaining guest cabins – two double and two twin – are on the lower deck.
The bridge deck sky lounge converts into a cinema room but can also serve its original purpose as a formal dining area. On the bridge deck aft a new open-air dining area was created with a table that can be set up either as one large table or two smaller ones. The sun lounge aft is also suitable for casual dining, shaded by new awnings.
Twin 1,550hp Caterpillar diesel engines give the 819GT yacht for sale a top speed of 15 knots, a cruising speed of 14 knots and a range of 6,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Magna Grecia has a wide inventory of tenders and water toys and has proved herself popular on the charter market, operating with a Greek licence. The broker described her as "heli-capable with a bolt on/off deck that can also carry a 14-metre tender".
Lying in Athens, Magna Grecia is asking €15,000,000.