She is currently on charter in the Western Mediterranean until 2 September, after which she can be inspected at both the Cannes and Monaco shows.
The owner, who invested over $4 million in a 2010-11 refit, wants her sold soon.
This superyacht was built by Benetti in 1999 as the fourth in their Golden Bay series and was designed to be able to undertake long cruises and charters in the Mediterranean, Caribbean and other exotic areas of the world. Lloyd's classed and MCA compliant, her Stefano Natucci interior has accommodation for up to 14 guests in six cabins including a full beam master suite on the main deck.
On the lower deck are four guest cabins (two doubles and two twins) with en suite bathrooms. Further to this there’s a day room on the upper deck that can be converted into a guest room (either double or twin) with bathroom facilities.
Previously asking $17,995,000 Cuor di Leone has now had over $1 million deducted, giving her a price tag of $16,990,000.