AltaVita is the third such model to be delivered in Europe and the first built this year. She is now offered for charter through Burgess and will be attending both the Cannes and Monaco yacht shows later this month.
Three decked AltaVita measures 38.4 metres and includes a number of personalised features and new design tweaks. These include the introduction of "futuristic" guest cabin windows.
She features a "walk-around upper deck" and spacious sundeck, featuring a curved wet bar and Jacuzzi.
A hydraulic lifting door and crane enables the easy deployment of AltaVita’s 5.1 metre Castoldi Jet Tender 16 from her stern tender garage.
Accommodation is for 12 guests across five ensuite staterooms decorated in dark stained walnut veneer, Italian leather and marble.
The owner’s stateroom sits forward on the main deck and features a 55-inch Bang and Olufsen TV. Crew accommodation meanwhile is for a staff of eight across four cabins on the lower deck and a double captain’s cabin behind the wheelhouse.
Power comes from twin CAT 1,925hp engines for a top speed of close to 20 knots.
Richard Morris, managing director of Australian Superyachts, which acted on behalf of the buyer, said AltaVita is “perfectly suited to the global superyacht charter market.”