The yacht Siete has been sold after 597 days on the market with IYC broker Frank Grzeszczak Jr. representing the seller and Michael Selter of Crow’s Nest introducing the buyer. She had a last known asking price of $4,490,000.The 35.05-metre Benetti vessel was built in Italy in 2002 with a refit in 2018. Her exterior was designed by Stefano Righini and her interior is a product of Zuretti Interior Design. Photo: IYCSiete can sleep up to 10 guests who are taken care of by a crew of six. She has five cabins – the master, VIP, a queen and two twins. The master is full beam with a king bed and features marble his-and-hers bathrooms and a hot tub. The VIP has an adjoining sitting room, which can convert to the fifth stateroom when needed. Photo: IYCPhoto: IYCDesigner, Francois Zuretti, used materials including polished cherry wood, light coloured furnishings and marbles to embellish the interior. The bridge deck features a sky lounge and a full service bar and on the main aft there is a sheltered al fresco dining space. Photo: IYCPhoto: IYCPhoto: IYCHer 2015 refit included the upgrading of all soft goods plus new Apple TVs in the main saloon and sky lounge. On the bridge deck, sliding glass doors connect the skylounge with the exterior deck, which is home to a shaded dining table for 10. Photo: IYCPhoto: IYCPhoto: IYCA full inventory of toys and tenders are carried on board, including a Sea-Pro Center Console tender, two WaveRunners, two SeaBobs, a water slide, numerous towables, a gym elliptical trainer, fishing gear and more. She is powered by twin CAT 3412E engines and cruises at 13 knots, reaching a top speed of 16.5 knots.