The 27.43-metre yacht G-G, built by Hargrave Custom Yachts in 2020, has been recently listed on the market for the first time. SuperYacht Times gets a closer look on board the motor yacht, offered in mint condition.G-G was designed by her builder, Hargrave Custom Yachts, and sports a two-deck layout. The interior of the 231 GT yacht comes from the drawing boards of Yacht Interiors by Shelley. Her contemporary interior is finished in a tonal colour palette, with accents of bright colours and modern art throughout.
The motor yacht offers four staterooms for up-to eight guests, consisting of a full-beam owner’s stateroom situated on the main deck, a VIP stateroom, a queen stateroom and a twin stateroom, which can also be converted into a queen, all situated on the lower deck. She also hosts a crew of four.One of G-G's signature design elements is the use of full-height windows in her main and upper deck saloons, allowing ample light to flood her interior. Her main saloon is complete with a comfortable seating and entertainment area as well as a dining area. From here, her aft deck is accessed and is complete with an alfresco dining area and a full-size bar.G-G’s upper deck saloon is home to a second day head, an office and an independent audio/visual system. From her upper deck, the sun deck can be accessed via a large, automatic sliding door or two watertight doors to port and starboard. The sun deck features lounge chairs to her stern and large sun pads as well as a U-shaped seating area to the bow.To her aft, G-G sports a spacious beach club, outfitted with a swim platform and a full bar, lounge area and washroom, accessed via her lazarette.G-G has a range of 2,000 nautical miles, and navigation is supported by a comprehensive electronics package, such as a five-screen integrated helm station as well as port and starboard wing stations. She can reach a cruising speed of 15 knots and a top speed of 18 knots.