Gallery: Inside the 50 metre superyacht Resilience


The 49.9 metre superyacht Resilience was delivered in 2008 by Italian yard Ortona Navi. The yacht was sold by Edmiston & Company in 2020, asking €12,900,000. BOAT takes a look around...


Built in steel and aluminium, Resilience was built to a design by Studio Progetti Associati and weighs in at 591GRT.

Main Saloon

The interior design on board Resilience was created by Ask Deco. The main saloon is semi open plan, with a lounge area aft and formal dining forward.

Upper Deck Saloon

The upper deck sky lounge features further seating and is an ideal socialising area.

Master Cabin

Resilience accommodates 12 guests in six cabins consisting of an impressive master suite on the main deck, a VIP suite on the bridge deck, two doubles and two twins.

Master ensuite

All cabins have entertainment centres, television screens and en suite bathroom facilities while the crew quarters sleep up to 12 staff.

Main Deck Aft

On deck, Resilience features four entirely separate lounge areas for socialising al fresco.

Upper Deck Forward

These include a seating area at the bow, which offers uninterrupted views out to sea. 

The Sundeck

The exterior areas include a generous 140 square metre sundeck.

The Sundeck Aft

The sundeck also features a large Jacuzzi, sun pads and a dining area for 12 with an exterior bar and barbecue grill.

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