An €8,050,000 price drop has been announced on the 61.9 metre Moneikos, with Royal Yacht International's Annalisa Mastella acting as central agent.
Moneikos, which was built in steel and aluminium by Italian builder Codecasa in 2006, has been meticulously maintained since she was delivered, with only one owner who has used her privately. She was refitted in 2018 and again in 2020.
Moneikos comfortably accommodates a party of 16 in eight staterooms and benefits from a lift connecting all decks. Unusually, the owner’s suite is on the upper deck, immediately beneath the sundeck, and offers spectacular 180° panoramic views. This suite offers privacy for family life and can be enjoyed autonomously from the rest of the vessel.
A double and two twin guest cabins are located forward on the main deck, two of which can be converted into a full-beam VIP suite. The second guest zone comprises two double and two twin spacious cabins, at lower deck level.
Designed by Studio Dedalo, the interior is timeless with sumptuous seating creating an inviting and comfortable atmosphere. Precious woods, such as dark African wenge for the floors and light maple on the bulkheads, add warmth. Ceilings are hand lacquered.
Moneikos' exterior, designed by Della Role, is characterised by dark strips that conceal vast dark-tinted rectangular windows and punctuate the levels of the superstructure. The sundeck is mostly covered, giving more internal volume and less of an emphasis on sunbathing.
A pair of 2,450hp Caterpillar 3516Bs give this yacht for sale a top speed of 17.5 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots. Naiad zero-speed stabilisers keep her steady underway and at rest. At economical cruising speed Moneikos' range is an impressive 6,000 nautical miles.
Moneikos' asking price is now €29,950,000 (with VAT paid)