Sealyon was built by Italian yard VSY to RINA class with naval architecture by Espen Oeino. She was delivered in 2009 as Candyscape II. A striking interior by Candy & Candy combines 1930s glamour with contemporary style and accommodates 10 guests in five cabins.
A split-level master cabin on the main deck boasts panoramic views, a walk-in dressing area and a spacious Grigio Carnico marble ensuite complete with a spa bath and shower, both with in-built televisions. A glass guest lift runs from the lower deck with its four guest cabins – two convertible twins and two spacious doubles, all en suite – to the bridge deck.
Elsewhere, the yacht's main saloon's comfortable seating is split in two by an 'S' shaped chaise, comprising two accented chairs and settees. Located aft is a grand piano, adding to the perfect setting for entertaining guests.
A key feature of the yacht is the sundeck, offering a rotating sun bed with mist options for cooling down as well as individual sun loungers, further seating and a bespoke dining table for al fresco meals. Further forward is a separate lounge area with additional sunbathing spaces and a Jacuzzi for 12 guests which features therapy lighting and drinks bar.
Twin 2,682hp Caterpillar engines offer a maximum speed of 17 knots and a range of 3,500 nautical miles at 14 knots.
Sealyon was asking $29,900,000.