The 32.92 metre motor yacht Casino Royale has been listed for sale by Jochen Brill at Northrop & Johnson.
Built in GRP by British yard Sunseeker International as a Predator 108 model, Casino Royale was delivered in 2004, just in time to star in the James Bond film of the same name. Panelled in satin cherry wood, she sleeps eight guests in four cabins comprising an amidships master suite with walk-in wardrobe, a twin port guest cabin and twin starboard guest cabin, along with a spacious forward VIP suite and all cabins have entertainment centres, television screens and en-suite bathroom facilities. There is also accommodation for four crew aboard this yacht for sale.
The spectacular saloon has skylights over the aft lounge and a sliding sunroof over the forward eight-seater dining area, enabling the entire room to become an al fresco entertaining and dining experience. To add to the welcoming ambience, there is a bar and an entertainment centre including a large screen Apple television set and a Crestron audio and video interface with a vast movie library.
However the emphasis is on outdoor living, as exemplified by the aft cockpit offering a wet bar, dining table for up to eight guests, a settee and a small sun bed, all protected by a roller blind for respite from the sun when desired. Meanwhile, amenities on the foredeck include a Whirlpool freshwater tub surrounded by sun bathing pads and cushions.
Fitted with three 2,000hp MTU diesel engines linked to Arneson surface drives, she is capable of a top speed of 40 knots and cruises comfortably at anywhere between 30 to 33 knots. In 2016, she had a two-phase extensive refit that lasted for six months and cost approximately €1.5 million.
Lying in Spain, Casino Royale is asking €3,995,000.