Built in aluminium by Dutch yard Heesen to a design by Omega Architects, she was delivered in 2017 as the first hull to couple hybrid propulsion to the proven Fast Displacement Hull Form by Van Oossanen Naval Architects. She accommodates up to 12 guests in six cabins comprising a full-beam master suite on the main deck, a full-beam VIP suite, two queens, a twin and convertible twin/queen, all with entertainment centres and en suite bathroom facilities.
Interior design by Cristiano Gatto impresses with his innovative use of space, windows, and light. Floor-to-ceiling windows and teak flooring extended indoors give the comfort of an interior lounge with the feeling and views of being in an outdoor space.
The main deck aft has L-shaped banquettes to port and starboard around coffee tables and a central staircase leads down to a huge swim platform that doubles as a sea level sun lounge. Behind a door, steps lead to an air-conditioned gym and day head.
Her sky lounge has bean bags, day beds and a bar with light cascading through huge windows onto the teak decking. The main saloon has dark hardwood flooring with a relaxed lounge aft and a formal dining area forward, both with fabulous light and views, and a media lounge without full height windows in between.
Twin 805hp MTU diesel engines, two generators and two e-motors combine to give her four propulsion modes: from 'hybrid', where generators alone drive e-motors up to nine knots, to 'boost' for a top speed of 16.8 knots. She has a maximum range of 2,760 nautical miles and Naiad zero speed stabilisers provide comfort at anchor and at sea
Home is asking €29,500,000.