The 28.7-metre motor yacht Daddy's Dream has joined the market with Pierre Badin of Denison Yachting and Peritas International.
Daddy's Dream was constructed in GRP by Italian yard Maiora and built in 2012 but "not officially launched until purchased and refitted in 2017, preserving her like new", according to Denison.
The yacht was refitted again in 2021 and then had a locker of new toys added in 2022, putting her in pristine condition for a new owner.
Accommodation is for 10 guests in five cabins, all of which are en suite and the owner's suite is full-beam with a walkaround berth. A further two cabins sleep four crew.
A large main saloon incorporates both lounging and dining areas. An L-shaped sofa, two armchairs and coffee tables are situated close to the electric sliding doors and have direct views of the large screen television on a rise-and-fall mechanism concealed in a sideboard. Forward is a formal dining area with seating for eight guests.
Both the aft deck and the flybridge are dedicated to outdoor living, with the flybridge featuring a bar, sunpads and an al fresco dining table for eight guests, all shaded by a hard top. There is also storage for a jet ski and an e-foil, purchased new in 2022. The garage holds a Williams 445 jet tender.
Twin MTU 2000 MD engines give her a cruising speed of 17 knots, topping out at 21 knots and she is fitted with zero speed stabilisers to eliminate roll motion at sea and in port.
Daddy's Dream is asking €2,790,000.