The 39.5-metre motor yacht O'Pati has joined the market with Vassilis Fotilas of Fraser, who pointed out that she is for sale by her original owners.
Built of aluminium in Greece by Golden Yachts in 2011, she was designed in Italy by Giorgio Vafiadis. Her "sleek and powerful lines" are finished in stone grey metallic paint, the hull having been repainted in 2023 and superstructure in 2021. Naval architecture is by Hydro Tec.
Accommodation for a party of 12 is provided in five cabins on the lower deck, comprising a full-beam owner's cabin forward, two double guest cabins and two twins with additional Pullman berths. A crew of up to eight are well looked after with a spacious, dedicated mess aft complemented by sleeping quarters both aft and forward.
O'Pati's open-plan saloon sports a bar to port, dining table to starboard and ample seating forward. The space leads out to a spacious aft deck which terminates with a bank of sunpads aft of the al fresco dining table. Up on the flybridge, further sunpads sit aft of the purposeful raised twin helm seats, offering panoramic views. There are more sunpads on the foredeck as well as seating around a table.
The 243GT, ABS-classed yacht for sale has triple KaMeWa waterjets, powered by three 2000hp MTU diesels, giving her an approximate top speed of 23 knots, cruising speed of 20 knots and economical speed of 18 knots. Range is 465 nautical miles, perfect for island hopping. The Greek-flagged O'Pati has an "enviable charter record" and is commercially compliant, ready for the 2024 season.
Lying in Athens, Greece, O'Pati is asking €4,500,000.