The 36.5-metre Clorinda is newly listed for sale with Christopher Mosley of SuperYachtsMonaco.
The fast planing motor yacht was built of GRP in Italy by ISA and delivered in 2017. She passed her RINA 5-year survey in 2022 and the broker stated that the present owner has only used her privately and "operates with an open cheque book budget policy".
Design is by Andrea Vallicelli, with naval architecture developed by ISA, and the interior is designed by Francesco Guida. Accommodation for a party of 10 comprises a split-level master suite on the main deck plus two VIP double suites and two twin cabins on the lower deck. Three more cabins provide quarters for up to five crew members.
The saloon layout is unconventional, having the dining table aft of the lounging area and semi-circular glass doors opening out to the aft deck. The sundeck features a further dining table for 12, protected by the bimini and complemented by a wetbar, dumbwaiter and icemaker.
A Jacuzzi, sunpads and large sofas complete the scene and make this a popular spot for leisurely days while underway or at anchor. Recently upgraded and all set to have a full hull and superstructure polish before her new owner takes delivery, the broker said Clorinda is "as turnkey as a new yacht, minus traditional teething issues".
Clorinda's twin MTU 16V M96 engines remain under warranty and have low running use of under 1000 hours. The top speed of this 235GT KaMeWa waterjet-propelled yacht for sale is over 30 knots with a cruising speed of 27 knots, while her range is 600 nautical miles at 24 knots. Zero-speed stabilisers, dynamic positioning and shallow draft open up cruising options to anchorages that bigger vessels can't reach.
Lying in Tivat, Montenegro, Clorinda's asking price is €9,500,000 VAT paid.