Recently spotted in Genoa is the 75.5m Amels-built superyacht Boadicea. The yacht underwent a name change in 2009 when she changed hands and was renamed Reborn. It would seem that the yacht has recently undergone a refit period during which she not only received a new exterior paint finish but more noticeably, regained her original name under which she was launched in 1999 at the Dutch shipyard. This sighting raises the questions as to where this refit project took place, and if the yacht has recently been sold.
During an intensive refit period at Amico & Co in 2010, modifications were made to the yacht’s mast, and interior, giving hera more modern look. She stilloffers an incredibleinterior volume and an abundance of open deck space, providing ideal opportunities for both private or corporate entertainment.With 5 decks available to her guests (including the vast sun deck), the feeling of space on board is very impressive. Get a feel for what her interior spaces look like here.
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