The 25-metre fast motor yacht Humble & Hungry has joined the market with Bob Friscia of Ocean Independence.
Built of carbon fibre composite in 2018 in Italy by Pershing, the 52-knot 82 VHP (Very High Performance) model was designed by Fulvio De Simoni with naval architecture by Ferretti Engineering Department.
Her contemporary accommodation is for a party of up to seven in three cabins, comprising an owner's suite, a VIP double and a twin with Pullman berth. There are quarters for a crew of three.
She boasts a lower-deck media room and an open-plan saloon with a sit-up bar forward, immediately aft of the triple helm station seats, that form a focal point. The broker described Humble & Hungry as "the perfect marriage between high-speed thrills, graceful aesthetics and opulent comfort".
Up on the sundeck is another helmstation, with views over the foredeck lounging and sunbathing areas, and a giant sunpad aft. On the aft deck is another large multi-person sunpad, perfect for waving from as Humble & Hungry overtakes other yachts.
Powered by twin 2,638hp MTU engines– which are under extended warranty until March 2025 - the 108GT yacht for sale has a top speed of 52 knots and a cruising speed of 40 knots.
Lying in Fort Lauderdale, USA, Humble & Hungry is asking $3,999,999.