Designed by Leonardi Acciarri, she was built by novice Italian yard Emys in steel and aluminium to RINA class and delivered in 2013. An expansive, family-oriented interior by Marco Serri accommodates up to eight guests in four cabins consisting of a master suite amidships, a VIP suite forward, a double and a twin, and all cabins have entertainment centres, LCD television screens and en suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for two crew.
The saloon is accessed from the aft deck through a wide door with four leaves which can be completely opened and links the cockpit to the living area, allowing the saloon to be completely open to the aft deck with all that implies in the way of daylight and fresh air.
On the port side of the living area is a U-shaped sofa and a coﬀee table while on the starboard side a hand crafted cabinet comes complete with a 37 inch LCD television screen and a HiFi sound system. The living area ﬂoor is in wood, as are the walls, with aluminium frames for the windows, protected by wooden Venetian blinds.
The aft deck of this yacht for sale has a settee and a coffee table, offering a sheltered spot for al fresco cocktails or dining while up on the sundeck, beside the upper helm station, are settees, a fridge and storage for liquor glasses and bottles.
Twin 450hp Baudouin diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 10 knots and a transatlantic range of 3,900 nautical miles.
Lying in Italy, Unica is asking €2.5 million.