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Superyacht Callista back on the market with K&K after refit

Back in December I reported that the 38m motor yacht Callista (formerly Inca Rose) was coming off the market to undergo an extensive refit. And right on cue, Vesa Kaukonen at K&K Superyachts informs me that the refit is complete and she is once again available for sale and charter.

A new paint job has transformed her hull from blue to white, and she now sports new teak decks furnished with stylish Dedon pieces and a new spa pool. Her refurbished interior includes new furniture, linen and tableware as well as a brand new AV system which allows guests to select films and music wherever they are in the yacht. Guests also have a brand new range of water toys at their disposal as well as a Novurania 550DL tender. Apart from all these cosmetic enhancements, her main machinery has been overhauled and serviced and she has undergone her 10 years Lloyd’s survey.

Built by Ocean Pacifico in 2000, Callista accommodates 10 guests in a master suite and four en suite guest cabins, three of which are doubles and the other a twin. Her guest areas include an upper saloon and extensive deck areas for entertaining, particularly the sundeck with its spa pool, private shower, barbecue, sun loungers and massive sun bed. Callista has a cruising speed of 11 knots and a range of 4,400 nautical miles.

Her new asking price has been set at €5.5 million, and she is available for charter in the Western Med this summer for €75,000 per week.

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