Designed by Paolo Caliari, she was built in GRP by Italian yard Arno to Bureau Veritas class and delivered in 2002 as one of the yard’s popular Leopard 27 models. She can accommodate up to six guests in three cabins consisting of a full-beam master suite and two doubles, all with en suite bathroom facilities.
Thanks to her extensive four-month refit in early 2017, guests aboard Cita can enjoy updated facilities and re-designed interiors for maximum comfort. The master suite features a new walk-in-wardrobe and has been extended to include a cinema and lounge, complete with a 70-inch, HD Samsung Apple TV. New televisions of the same specification have also been fitted in the other guest cabins.
The open-plan main saloon offers comfortable seating on settees to port and starboard, while forward to port is a dining area. To starboard is an entertainment centre including a Samsung television and she boasts a retractable roof for fresh air and sunshine. Below is a smaller, more intimate, saloon with a blue settee that benefits from plenty of natural light.
The aft deck offers two raised sunpads, which can be converted into seating, allowing up to six guests to enjoy al fresco cocktails and entertainment. Stainless steel steps lead down to a full-beam extended swim platform, allowing easy access to the water.
Walk around decks lead to a large sunpad on the foredeck. Included in her sale is a Williams tender, serviced this year, as well as a range of towables including water skis. Cita is in impeccable condition, having had her engines and Arneson surface drives fully serviced in 2016.
Twin MTU 6V2000 M91 diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 30 knots and a top speed of 35 knots.
Cita was asking €595,000.