Speaking about the project, Palumbo Superyachts chief executive Giuseppe Palumbo said: "Resilience is a project in which we have invested a lot and which fills us with enormous pride.
"I thank the owner and his family who have given us their trust and who, by christening their yacht with this name, have expressed a feeling that has seen us all united and resilient against the pandemic."
Sold in 2017, the yacht features exterior design by Enrico Gobbi of Team for Design, who has previously worked with the shipyard on a number of other projects.
Key features include a classic profile and innovative stern door aft that folds down to sea level. Combined with two side-opening transom doors, the beach club is extended into a 180 square metre area.
Decorated in shades of cobalt blue on metallic and lacquered surfaces, the beach club is accessed from an external staircase, internal staircase and transparent glass corridor that leads to the lower deck lobby and guest cabins.
The 1,400GT interior features six guest cabins, as well as a seventh convertible cabin. The full beam owner's suite is located forward of the main deck.
Other highlights include two swimming pools, a gym, a massage room with sea views, a Turkish bath, an outdoor cinema room, two Jetskis and two tenders.