The 33-metre open motor yacht Dayboat is newly listed for sale by Cornelius Gerling of Edmiston.
Built of GRP by Italian yard Overmarine, the Mangusta 108 model has a lean exterior profile by Stefano Righini with naval architecture and interior design by Overmarine. Originally delivered in 2006, she was refitted in 2022 when new generators were installed.
Dayboat can accommodate up to 10 guests across four cabins including a full-beam master cabin, the high capacity primarily due to the "quad" cabin with four bunks, perfect for children. There are two further double cabins forward and quarters for a crew of up to six in three cabins, adjacent to the well-equipped galley aft.
The airy interior is decorated in light fabrics and has a dining area as well as ample low seating that can be converted into a giant daybed, well illuminated with sunlight through the opening top.
The saloon flows into the large cockpit, where an al fresco table can be set up below the overhang. Towards the stern is a giant sunpad, just a few steps away from the swim platform and its deck shower. Another sunpad beckons on the foredeck, forward of the highly-raked, green-tinted windscreen.
The broker pointed out that Dayboat has been "run with a healthy budget by her meticulous owner". She has relatively low engine hours (1,200) and benefits from zero speed stabilisers.
Bureau Veritas classed, the 181GT yacht for sale is powered by twin 2,730hp MTU engines that give her an exhilarating top speed of 35 knots and cruising speed of 28 knots, thrusted to the next destination by her KaMeWa waterjets. Range at 24 knots is 400 nautical miles, enough to whisk you from St Tropez to Ibiza or Sardinia in a day. A low draft of 1.3 metres means good access to the best beaches.
Lying in Monaco, Dayboat is asking €3,200,000 with VAT paid.