Built in GRP by US Yard Westship to a design by Jack Sarin, she was delivered in 1999 and has been the subject of several refits since. A well-appointed interior from Carr Yacht Design houses five cabins consisting of a master suite, a VIP suite, two doubles and a twin. There are quarters for three crew.
The main deck saloon has two substantial settees and a custom coffee table in the lounge area, along with a bar, four leather bar stools, an ice maker and a 65-inch Samsung TV.
Forward, the dining area has a round custom-made Italian table with seating for up to eight guests, while further forward still, the galley has a table and U-shaped dinette for relaxed breakfasts and snacks.
The aft deck is popular for al fresco dining, offering built-in seating, a custom table and a bar with an ice maker and fridge. The flybridge is another exceptional outdoor area and comes with a Jacuzzi and adjacent sunbathing area, as well as a wet bar, an electric barbecue grill and ample seating under a removable awning.
Twin 1,525hp MTU diesel engines give her a maximum speed of 18 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.
Casi Cielo was asking $2,795,000.