The yacht was sold in January 2016. Now, the 36.4-meter explorer yacht bartender is back on the market and renamed as Preference. It is now listed for sale by David Westwood at Thompson, Westwood, and White. The Yacht is built in steel and aluminum by Turkish farm Tansu Yachts has been designed by Riza Tansu. She was delivered in 2011 to its owner and is RINA classified and MCA compliant.
In particular, she continued to win a Neptune Trophy at the 2012 ShowBoats International Design Awards with the judges who compliment her “less is more” styling.
It has the interior built by B & B Italia, which uses wooden floors and crisp white walls. The yacht has the accommodation facility for 10 guests in five cabins. It consists of the main deck, master suite, and four guest cabins, all with en-suite facilities. The beds in the guest cabins are configured as two double beds and two twins with each twin having a Pullman dock that makes them triple cabins and brings the guest compliment up to 12 on this yacht for sale.
The design focuses on maximizing outdoor areas for more enjoyment while crossing the Mediterranean Sea and her large rear deck that is suitable for relaxation as well as soreness is as long as the main saloon. In the salon of this stylish superyacht, the minimalist décor compensates for a pair of large and bright red sofas across the wooden floors and there is a separate intimate dining area for 10 guests.
Two exterior stairs on either side of the saloon lead to an impressive deck with a bar, seating, and sun loungers and welcome shade under two detachable Bimini tops. Twin Caterpillar 1.300hp engines deliver a range of 3,000 miles at 12 knots and feature Trac zero speed stabilizers. Preference requires € 7,800,000 with VAT paid.