The 29.9-metre motor yacht No Stress has been sold by David Jakabovic of Morley Yachts, two months after being listed for sale.
Built in GRP and delivered by Italian yard Riva in 2019, she is the fifteenth hull of the Riva Corsaro 100 series and was designed by Officina Italiana Design with naval architecture by Ferretti Engineering Department. No Stress is finished in Regal Silver metallic paint, complemented by black trim and dark tinted windows.
She accommodates a party of 10, comprising a master cabin on the main deck and two VIP doubles, a double and a twin guest cabin on the lower deck. There are three crew cabins forward for a team of up to five.
The broker pointed out that "collaborations with Minotti and Paola Lenti add a homely touch". The galley is fully customised and there are other subtle upgrades and optional extras specified throughout. The interior feels light and spacious with natural materials used and plenty of floor space allowing easy circulation, all surrounded by large expanses of glass. Deck spaces are equally inviting and well finished with high quality detailing from stem to stern.
Twin 2,638hp MTU diesels give the 120GT yacht a cruising speed of 23 knots and maximum speed of 26 knots. A Williams Sportjet 435 tender is tucked away in the stern garage.
Lying in Tivat, Montenegro, No Stress was asking €7,950,000.