The 26.8-metre motor yacht Gecua has joined the market with Samuel Le Gall and Richard Callender of Northrop & Johnson.
The Sportfly yacht has a great range of al fresco areas, with optional Bimini shading for complete versatility. At anchor, the foredeck is well-suited to evening aperitifs or morning coffee, with a sunpad block and Portuguese bridge bordering an adjustable-height coffee table. While putting her 39.8-knot top speed to the test, the flybridge is perfect for wind-in-your-hair relaxing or navigation at the secondary helm station.
Long, lazy lunches can be enjoyed on the upper deck aft, where a dining arrangement is serviced by a wet bar. This deck overlooks the swim platform, which is adjoined by a spacious garage that can store a tender and a WaveRunner.
Stepping inside, Gecua has a four-cabin layout for eight guests including a full-beam owner's suite which follows a clever split-level design with a double island king-size berth taking centre stage. Signature Riva touches include turquoise accents, long mirrored wall panels that enhance the feeling of light, glossed mahogany surfaces and thick marble detailing. This extends into the ensuite, which is completely clad in grey and white marble.
The 131 GT yacht is charter-compliant and features a design by Officina Italiana Design, the Product Strategy Committee headed by Piero Ferrari, and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department. Carbon and decorative steel come together to give the yacht her edgy exterior, while her interior has been highly-specced by her original owner to ensure a comfortable private yacht charter experience.
Gecua cruises at 30 knots, courtesy of twin 2638 Hp MTU Diesel propulsion on V-drives. She also features a zero-speed gyroscopic stabiliser whether underway or at anchor. Further, her brokers claim she has "low engine hours, complemented by an extra 1,000 warranty hours, ensuring reliability".
Gecua is asking €6,500,000.