Motor yacht Exuma, for sale after maintenance work earlier this year, is a multi-award winning eco-explorer. As the first yacht launched in the Picchiotti Vitruvius line by Perini Navi in 2010, Exuma was designed for long passages in all weather conditions by Phillippe Briand.Photo: Giuliano SargentiniPhoto: Giuliano SargentiniExuma had just completed her 10-year Class before she was listed as a yacht for sale. She is also the winner of multiple awards including three World Superyacht Awards, a Showboats Design Award, and a RINA Green Plus Award.Photo: Giuliano SargentiniThe 49.5-metre Perini Navi yacht for sale can host up to 11 guests and 7 crew among her six staterooms distributed across her main and lower decks. The highlight of the accommodation is the full-beam owner’s suite with a double and single stateroom which has an ensuite bathroom and separate shower room.Photo: Giuliano SargentiniPhoto: Giuliano SargentiniYacht Exuma, for sale, has some exceptional features for both relaxation and adventure. A lower deck gym with a running machine and multi-gym equipment can be converted into a sixth stateroom with two Pullmans. Spacious social areas are lined with large windows and a hot tub is located on the bridge. Moreover, Exuma is equipped with extendable stabilisers for extra comfort on board.Photo: Giuliano SargentiniPhoto: Giuliano SargentiniOne of the most exciting aspects of yacht Exuma, for sale as a leading exploration vessel, is that she hosts exceptional tenders and cars, stored in unimposing locations. Alongside her shallow draft of 2.3 metres, she features multiple tenders and Jetskis as well as a fully-operational amphibious 4x4.Photo: Giuliano SargentiniPhoto: Giuliano SargentiniPhoto: Giuliano SargentiniYacht Exuma, for sale and ready for immediate cruising, has a specially designed hull, increasing its fuel efficiency by 25% compared to other vessels in her size range. She is equipped with two Caterpillar engines and a Northern lights generator and can travel at a maximum speed of 17 knots. She cruises at 14 knots an hour and has a range of 3,757nm at this speed; her maximum range is 5,500nm.