Gallery: Inside the Recently Sold 50 Metre Superyacht Resilience
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Running

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

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Underway

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

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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.

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Upper Deck Saloon

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

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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.

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Master ensuite

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

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Main Deck Aft

On deck, Resilience features four entirely separate social areas.

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Upper Deck Forward

These include a seating area at the bow.

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Upper Deck Forward
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The Sundeck

The exterior areas include a generous 140 square metre sundeck.

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