The series was first unveiled at the 2019 edition of the Monaco Yacht Show and the first hull was launched last year. The 430GT expedition yacht features an exterior design by the late Stefano Righini and is built with a steel hull with long-range cruising in mind.
Nine was sold with Kirill Kuatov of Aberton Yachts. According to Aberton Yachts, "she is arguably the most customised B.Yond 37 so far." Her standout features include a covered balcony area on the aft of the bridge deck, transformed into a spa with a sauna, steam bath and cold room. For on-the-water activities, the garage can carry a 6.5-metre tender and two jet skis, as well as space for additional water toys.
Accommodation is for eight guests across five cabins, all situated on the main deck, with a bridge deck owner's suite with marble flooring and a fold-out balcony. The yacht also has additional space for up to nine crew.
Power is from a pair of MAN engines bolstering her explorer status with a 5,000 nautical mile range and a top speed of 14 knots.
Nine will join the first unit Never Say Never Again, formerly Goga, on the water.