Serenity was built by US yard Lazzara to an in-house design and launched in 2008 with a refit in September 2012. She features an open flybridge with hard top, comfortable seating and tables for al fresco dining plus a full bar, barbecue grill and large Jacuzzi. A spacious, stylish main saloon is panelled in light maple with the flooring in golden cherry wood. A formal dining area seats 12 guests and the galley has a skylight, flooding the area with natural light.
Luxurious accommodation is for 12 guests in five staterooms. Below decks and set aft, the master suite has a king size bed, vanity area and en suite bathroom with shower and two wash basins. The port and starboard VIP staterooms both feature queen size beds and a sliding door between them can be opened to create a a second master suite with his and hers en suite bathroom facilities. A twin cabin can be reconfigured into a double and has two Pullman berths. All staterooms have full entertainment facilities and the yacht has surround sound audio throughout. Serenity is wheelchair friendly and is equipped with a wheelchair lift.
Twin 2,000hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 22 knots and top speed of 27 knots.
Serenity was asking $7,485,000.