Built in GRP by Italian yard Overmarine to a design by Stefano Righini, she was delivered in 2000 as a Mangusta 108 model with major refits in 2006 and 2016. An interior in a muted palette of colours accommodates up to 10 guests in five cabins consisting of a master suite, VIP suite a double and two twins, all with entertainment centres and en-suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for four crew members on board.
The main saloon has U-shaped seating to port and starboard behind the triple helm seats and offers a dining area aft as well as an entertainment centre with a 42-inch Sharp television screen and a Bose stereo surround sound system. A special treat is a retractable roof allowing the daylight to flood in.
She also offers plenty of space for outdoor entertaining and dining. The generous aft deck opens out from the saloon to provide an effortless flow of space and has an al fresco dining option, ample seating and a large double sunpad. Further aft, the extended swim platform makes water access easy, while wide wraparound decks lead to an additional double sunpad, seating and a table on the foredeck.
Twin 2,776hp MTU diesel engines linked to KaMeWa waterjets power her to a cruising speed of 30 knots and a top speed of 36 knots.
Lying in France, Eol was asking €950,000.