The 23.8-metre Extra X96 Triplex motor yacht Anvilugi has been sold with Renaud Canivet of Ocean Drive introducing the buyer.
Anvilugi was started on speculation at the Palumbo shipyard in Ancona and delivered in 2021. Built in GRP, she follows on from the smaller Extra X93 Ohanna with an exterior profile by Francesco Guida and interiors courtesy of Italian design studio Hot Lab.
The Extra X96 Triplex offers 184 square metres of living space across her four decks. The main deck of Anvilugi features an aft-facing sofa and bar with three steps leading to a large hydraulic swim platform. Sliding glass doors leading to the main saloon can be left open to create a single indoor-outdoor space, or closed to enjoy the cool inside.
Where one might typically expect a second lounge, the upper saloon is dedicated entirely to dining with a table seating 10 guests and a show galley. Sliding doors open onto the side decks while cut-outs in the bulwarks provide diners with sea views even when seated.
The owner’s cabin is positioned forward on the main deck’s making full use of Anvilugi’s 7.6 metre beam. Picture windows to either side fill the space with natural light while a large bathroom can be found forward. A further four cabins, including two VIPs, are located on the lower deck.
Up top, her sun deck has a numerous sun pads as well as a fridge and teppanyaki grill. The space can be shaded by an awning with carbon supports that pop up from the bulwalks.
The 238GT yacht has a top speed of 17.5 knots and a range of 2,000 nautical miles when cruising at an economical 10 knots. Power comes from a trio of Volvo Penta IPS 1350 engines.
Anvilugi was last asking €8,700,000.