Built in steel and aluminium to a design by Luiz de Basto, Far Far Away was delivered in 2012 as a 36.7 metre explorer. In 2019 she underwent an extensive two-year refit which saw the yacht extended by 10 metres at the Lusben shipyard in Italy.
The extension included the addition of an eight-metre module amidships and a 1.5-metre extension of the bow and stern. As a result, the main deck now offers 120 square metres of space for toys and tenders that can be launched and recovered by a 2.5-tonne crane.
Elsewhere, the yacht’s propulsion system was upgraded with two new 99kW CAT generators that allow Far Far Away to travel 8,000 nautical miles without stopping to refuel and grant adventurous new owners with up to three months of autonomous cruising. All the yacht’s onboard systems, including electric and safety, were completely upgraded as well as the installation of a new watertight door and stern thruster.
Despite being charter compliant, Far Far Away has been used only privately since her launch in 2017. She can accommodate up to 15 guests in total with accommodation configured as a matter suite, two VIP cabins, four twins and one Pullman berth. The full-beam owner’s suite is placed in the centre of the vessel for maximum comfort, and has extensive storage and hanging closet space for extended cruising. The guest staterooms are large and have all the amenities needed for guests to be comfortable in long visits to remote areas.
There is also extensive storage space for dry goods, frozen food and refrigerated goods. Outdoors, she has extensive deck and lounging spaces with a huge flybridge and several sheltered locations for al fresco entertaining and dining.
Far, Far Away is asking $16,250,000.