Built in aluminium by US yard Trinity Yachts to a design by Geoff Van Aller, she was delivered in 2012 and is ABS classed. A suitably luxurious interior by Patrick Knowles sleeps 12 guests in six cabins including a full beam master suite on the upper deck with floor to ceiling windows and its own private foredeck for al fresco breakfasts. Below deck are a further five double cabins, all with entertainment centres, television screens and en suite bathroom facilities. In addition, there are quarters for 18 crew in nine cabins.
Trinity superyacht Areti sold
The main saloon has an open plan layout using a range of exotic woods, fine marbles and onyx finishes to stunning effect. The lounge area has comfortable seating using settees and occasional chairs to create intimate conversation areas, a bar, fridge, ice maker and a full entertainment centre while forward the formal dining area seats 12 guests around a custom table. The wheelhouse is located forward on the main deck, slightly raised to offer more space for the crew quarters below.
Informal al fresco entertaining and dining is offered on the large aft deck while the expansive sun deck has a Jacuzzi spa tub, sauna, steam room, gymnasium and an array of sun pads. Areti is powered by twin Caterpillar 3516 engines of 3,385hp each and can reach a maximum speed of 19 knots and a range of 4,350 nautical miles at 10 knots.
Areti was asking $45 million.