The 31.4 metre motor yacht Hells Bells has been sold with the buyer and seller represented by Jules Legge at Ray White Marine in Australia.
Built in GRP by Italian yard Overmarine to a design by Stefano Righini, she was delivered in 2005 as a Mangusta 105 model. Accommodation for up to eight guests in four cabins is on the lower deck and includes a master suite with an office and walk-in wardrobe, a VIP suite and two twin cabins, all with entertainment centres and en-suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for four crew.
With dark wooden joinery contrasting with designer fabrics, her upper saloon has comfortable seating, a bar and an entertainment centre including a large flatscreen television, and a dining area forward. The roof top is retractable at the touch of a button, giving the choice of dining indoors or al fresco without guests having to move from their seats.
She has wide decks leading to a pair of built-in sun pads on the foredeck — ideal for sunbathing with a cool drink in total privacy.
Her twin 2,250hp MTU diesel engines, linked to KaWeMa water jets, power her to speeds of up to 34 knots.
Hells Bells was asking AU$2,850,000