Built of GRP by Italian yard Falcon Yachts in 2006, the RINA-classed Falcon 115 model has had multiple refits, most recently in 2022. Her imposing exterior profile is by Stefano Righini and is complemented by a clean, contemporary interior by Luca Dini.
Accommodation for 12 guests is spread across five cabins including a full-beam master cabin on the lower deck, a full-beam VIP stateroom on the main deck, a further lower deck full-beam double and two convertible twins with an additional Pullman berth each. There are quarters for up to seven crew. The open-plan saloon and dining area make for a convivial social environment.
Guests have ample deck spaces to enjoy, from shaded outdoor dining on the aft deck to sunbathing on the bow. Other onboard highlights include a 65-inch pop-up TV that transforms the yacht's spacious sundeck into an outdoor cinema for relaxing movie nights under the stars.
A good selection of water toys, easily accessed from the swimming platform, has helped build Celia a successful track record as a charter yacht. Well maintained, she is ideal for fast sprints from remote daytime anchorages to the best night-time berth in port.
Twin 2,250hp MTU 12V diesel engines push the yacht up to a top speed of 27 knots with a cruising speed of 22 knots.
Celia was asking €3,750,000 with VAT paid.