The 24.4 metre sailing yacht Callisto is now listed for sale by Patrick Lilley at Lilley Marine and Tim Quinlan at Ocean Independence.
Built in GRP by Finnish yard Nautor’s Swan to a design by German Frers, she was delivered in 1995 and has never been raced, instead being used for leisurely cruising in Greek waters. An interior in hand-rubbed satin-finished teak accommodates six guests in three cabins consisting of a master suite and two guest twin cabins, all with entertainment centres and en-suite shower facilities. In addition, there are quarters for four crew aboard this yacht for sale.
In the saloon is a settee and armchairs grouped around a fixed coffee table to port while to starboard is an entertainment centre featuring a 40-inch LG flatscreen television and a home cinema system. There is also a dining area with seating for six guests.
On deck, the twin cockpit layout allows for undisturbed sunbathing and relaxation amidships on her broad decks while the task of sailing is handled aft. An awning provides shade and a broad automated swim platform makes for easy access to the water.
She has a three-spreader mast and a main boom with a Reckmann hydraulic furling head stay and a full wardrobe of North Sails Taffeta Spectra Carbon sails. Under power, a 225hp Perkins diesel engine gives her a cruising speed of eight knots.
A popular charter yacht, Callisto is currently lying in Athens, Greece, asking €1,050,000.