Indian was built by Cantiere Navali di Pesaro, one of their successful Naumachos 82 series. Indian was commissioned by an experienced owner who had extensive world cruising in mind.
Indian is a true go-anywhere explorer yacht with an impressive 4,500nm range. This 25.5m is a superb example of a pocket explorer yacht in excellent condition.
For Flag and Class, Indian comes under the 24m threshold with an impressive 180 gross tonnage. Indian's accommodation arrangement is for four cabins, comprising a full-beam master suite, a VIP cabin and two guest cabins, one with a Pullman bunk, allowing for nine to be accommodated in total. The bathrooms, with spa-style mosaic tiling and smart wood trim to the panelling, have a luxurious finish.
On Indian's main deck, the salon is carefully arranged to offer both dining and lounge areas, the latter characterised by two large corner sofas. From here, there's direct access to the aft deck where informal cushioned seating and coffee tables can be converted to form a larger setup for al fresco dining, and steps on either side lead down to the bathing platform.
Indian's interior décor is uncluttered and finished with a neutral colour palette. The emphasis is on comfort and the cream tones with darker wood are warm and inviting.
The upper deck has another bank of cushioned seating with casual tables, as well as deep sun pads that are nestled against the superstructure to provide shelter from any wind. This area can also be completely enclosed by a fabric cover, which allows it to be heated when required. From here, stairs lead up to the flybridge sun deck where there are further sun pads and plenty of space for freestanding loungers.