Sold: The 50m Ortona Navi superyacht Resilience

Written by Jason Spinks

Motor yacht Resilience, a 50-metre Ortona Navi yacht delivered to her original owner in 2008, has been sold. Charles Carveles represented the buyer and Simon Goldsworthy represented the seller in this in-house deal at Edmiston.Resilience yacht cruisingPhoto: EdmistonResilience, previously named Marcelita and My Dream, was built to the Italian shipyardโ€™s own naval architecture, whereas both interior and exterior designs came from the drawing boards of the Avenza-based designers Progetti & Associati. She features a main saloon with a lounge and formal dining areas and an additional lounge area, complete with a bar, on the upper deck.Resilience yacht saloonPhoto: EdmistonResilience yacht saloonPhoto: EdmistonThe 591 GT yacht sleeps up to 12 guests in six staterooms made up of a full-beam master suite forward on the main deck and a VIP suite on the upper deck, as well as two double and two twin staterooms with mosaic-tiled bathrooms located on the lower deck.Resilience yacht stateroomPhoto: EdmistonOther standout features include an expansive sundeck that shows off a large custom Jacuzzi, sunpads, barbecue and alfresco dining possibilities, with additional dining areas on the upper and main deck aft. The yacht comes with a wide selection of tenders and toys that include SeaBobs, snorkelling equipment, kayaks and inflatables.Resilience yacht sundeckPhoto: EdmistonResilience yacht sundeckPhoto: EdmistonThe motor yacht Resilience cruises comfortably at 13 knots, reaching a top speed of 16 knots and benefits from a range of 4,300 nautical miles when cruising at 12 knots, thanks to twin CAT 3512B engines. At the time of sale, Resilienceโ€™s asking price was โ‚ฌ12,900,000.Resilience yacht cruisingPhoto: Edmiston



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