Spacious for her size and with Versace interiors designed to make an impression, the motor yacht PIDA is definitely a head-turner
The 35m 2000 Benetti yacht PIDA, is offered for sale and is an excellent example of a Benetti Classic series, albeit one with very lavish interiors.With exterior design by Stefano Righini and interior design by Francois Zuretti, the triple deck displacement yacht PIDA had a complete refit in 2014 to the tune of €3m and a complete exterior repaint in 2016. Additionally, she undergoes constant mechanical upgrades and has enjoyed recent overhauls, including a full engine and generator rebuild keeping her in pristine condition. She has also just passed her 20-year ABS survey.Nothing is understated about this yacht, which offers good volume for her size. Designed for high-end entertaining with Italian finesse, PIDA’s ornate interiors feature gleaming high-gloss varnishing, accentuated with 4 karat gold throughout and accessorised with blue gold and cream Versace fabrics.There are two main socialising areas inside, including the regal main salon and a sky lounge, which comes with its own bar, a large TV screen and two Versace armchairs and sofa. Both salons are equipped with a Sonos music system that can be controlled wirelessly.PIDA can accommodate 10 guests across five cabins, including a main deck Owner’s suite with a king-size four-poster bed and a walk-in wardrobe, plus two VIPs and two twins on the lower deck. All cabins are en suite and come with Bose music systems. There is also room for six crew on board.Out on deck, there are further areas in which to entertain, including alfresco dining on the main deck aft and lots of space for lounging on the sun deck between dips in the Jacuzzi. When it comes to playtime, PIDA yacht comes with a 4.60m Novurania tender, plus a Sea-Doo, a Seabob, a waterslide, water-skis and full diving equipment.Powered by twin 1500hp MTU 12V 2000 TE90 diesel engines, PIDA yacht has a maximum speed of 15 knots and cruises at 12 knots. She also comes with Quantum Zero Speed Stabilizers, which were overhauled in winter 2018, for added onboard comfort.