Vittoria I was constructed of GRP by Italian builder Sanlorenzo and sports the exterior styling of Francesco Paszkowski Design, who also penned the interiors. The yard developed her naval architecture and she was delivered in 2015 as part of the yard’s popular SL96 series.
Ten guests are accommodated in five staterooms comprising a master suite, two double cabins and two twin cabins. There are quarters for a crew of four. White lacquered ceilings are a prominent feature of her 144 GT interiors, accentuated by bleached oak finishes. The main saloon boasts white leather sofas alongside a chaise lounge to starboard and a formal dining area to port.
The flybridge offers sun loungers aft with an al fresco dining space and soft furnishings partially covered by a hardtop. Built-in seating overlooks the swim platform on Vittoria I’s stern, while further sunpads are found towards the bow.
Powered by twin MTU diesel engines, Vittoria I's top speed is 29 knots with a cruising speed of 26 knots.
Vittoria I was asking €4,250,000.