The 33.5-metre Mangusta motor yacht Canvas has joined the market with Edmiston's James Lloyd.
Built in GRP in Italy by Overmarine in 2008, she was designed by Stefano Righini and has an "extremely high-end" interior by Green & Mingarelli. The broker said, "the level of detail exceeds anything seen on previous Mangusta 108s".
Accommodation is for up to nine guests across four cabins, all on the lower deck, comprising an owner’s cabin, a VIP cabin, a double and a twin cabin with extra Pullman berth. The interior sports "sumptious fabrics and marble bathrooms" and there are comfortable quarters for a crew of six.
On the main deck aft, a daybed and lounge leads into the saloon, with L-shaped sofas to port and starboard, and a formal dining area forward.
Out on deck is a second large daybed on the foredeck, where a canopy can be deployed for privacy or to snuggle down while enjoying the full cinema setup. Gym equipment can be set up up top.
The Bureau Veritas classed, MCA-compliant, 181GT yacht for sale has a cruising speed of 28 knots, under her twin 2,737hp MTUs, and a top speed of 30 knots. Range is 240 nautical miles at 28 knots and zero-speed stabilisers ensure guest comfort underway and at anchor. Canvas comes with a Williams 385 Turbojet tender, stowed in her aft tender garage.
Lying in Monaco, Canvas is asking €4,250,000.