The 46m Vitters sailing yacht Ganesha has joined the market for the first time, listed for sale with McMaster Yachts.
Ganesha was built in aluminium as a performance cruiser by Dutch shipyard Vitters and has had the same owner and captain since delivery in 2013. She was designed by Dubois Naval Architects and can often be spotted on the superyacht regatta circuit.
Ganesha's lines were inspired by the beam-to-length ratio and the low freeboard of the J Class yachts. She flaunts a dark grey hull with black tinted curved windows and an integrated bimini that shades the cockpit dining area. Sliding 4.5 metres offer an al fresco open-air dining at the touch of a button with a table that can seat up to eight guests. Further aft, a secondary cockpit can be sheltered by a moveable sun awning with carbon stanchions.
As for her sailing credentials, she features a retractable keel, a 62.5-metre Panamax mast, a carbon boom and flies a sail plan of 2,212 m² when cruising downwind.
Below deck, Ganesha can sleep up to nine guests with a full-beam master suite, three double guest cabins and a lounge and TV room that can be converted to a single cabin as needed. She is also commercially compliant.
The interior was designed by Katharina Raczek and it was important to the owners that the Indian spirit of Ganesha was reflected in its design. Bright colours are used throughout with open bronze latticework separating the walls from ceilings.
Ganesha has a fold-down transom terrace, which doubles as mooring for tenders while the foredeck offers storage for six metre tender with a dedicated crane for launch and recovery.
Lying in Palma, Ganesha is asking €21,000,000 with VAT paid.