Named UV II, the steel and aluminium yacht was delivered in July 2023 after construction was completed at the Palumbo Superyachts shipyard in Ancona, Italy. She is currently listed for sale with Fraser, asking €24,900,000.
The sporty profile is the work of Enrico Gobbi - Team for Design with a plumb bow, aft-learning radar arch and curved superstructure line that draws inspiration from modern sports cars. Naval architecture was completed in-house by the Italian yard.
Luca Dini Design & Architecture is responsible for the yacht's interior design, working with large windows that can be "opened on all decks" and a contemporary colour palette of gold and turquoise.
A five-cabin layout accommodates a total of ten guests, with further provision for a crew of seven. A full-beam owner's cabin benefits from its own lobby, sofa, TV and bathroom, along with a balcony and private access to a forward lounge.
The main deck houses a mosaic swimming pool and sizeable external cockpit, comprised of a semi-circle configuration of structural sofas and side tables in shades of grey matched with emerald and acid green. Inside, the main saloon boasts a range of comfortable seating, including a large L-shaped sofa combined with two armchairs and a coffee table.
Up top, the fly deck has been designed as a second, more informal dining area with a bar area and a round table that can expand to seat up to 10 people.
At the stern, the beach club is enriched with chaise lounges, armchairs and a bathroom.
The yacht has a maximum speed of 15.4 knots and a cruise speed of 14 knots, and features a shallow draught of just over two metres that allows shoal water cruising. Tender storage can be found in a side-loading tender garage on the lower deck.