Built in steel and aluminium by Italian yard Valdettaro to a design by Laurent Giles, Ree was delivered in 1995 and most recently refitted in 2019. A high-volume interior designed by Studio Garroni accommodates 10 guests in five cabins compromising a full beam master suite and four twins, all with en suite bathroom facilities.
The open wheelhouse, designed for entertaining, is the hub of the yacht. The space features sizeable separate seating and dining areas that all guests will enjoy. This area is air-conditioned, has heating and can be completely enclosed, allowing for use regardless of the weather.
The main deck saloon is adorned with traditional woods and modern leathers, and has an open plan arrangement, creating a welcoming ambiance. The saloon is bright and comfortable, featuring lounge seating areas with direct access to the galley and accommodation.
The yacht’s foredeck houses the tender and has extensive storage space. At anchor, when the tender is in the water, this space becomes an ideal sunbathing spot with sun pads. Under power, a 400hp MTU engine allows a comfortable cruising speed of 9 knots topping out at 12 knots.
Ree was asking €1,800,000.