The remarkable Benetti 108 Tradition Supreme VARVARA has recently hit the yachts-for-sale market and is awaiting a new owner. Designed by Stefano Righini, she was constructed in 2017 and has only had one owner since initial delivery. VARVARA is classed to RINA and her VAT has been paid in full.
Traditional with Neoclassical Design and a Sense of Comfort
The traditional 33-meter Benetti displacement yacht features a neoclassical interior design and is bathed in neutral tones. Her main deck boasts panoramic windows that flood her interior with natural light, making the space feel even larger and at one with the sea. Warm woods of amber highlighted by darker shades exude a sense of comfort throughout.
Built for Hospitality
VARVARA accommodates ten guests in five well-appointed and lux staterooms, including an owner’s suite that is much larger than others in the same series. The owner’s area occupies the entire bow section of the main deck, and features a spacious en suite, secluded study, a walk-in wardrobe and a private laundry.
Lower deck guest accommodations are reached via an elegant stairwell that reveal two VIPs and two twin staterooms each designed in light tones. Large en suites are marble-clad and offer the utmost in privacy.
On the upper deck, the skylounge features a large, plush C-shaped sofa that faces a 65” flatscreen television. The area boasts a wine cellar, a full bar, and a Turkish steam bath. Beamy glass doors open to the aft upper deck and reveal a round, al fresco dining area complemented by a lounging space.
Her elaborate sun deck is host to an oversized sofa with a teak base, faced by a 55” flat screen television which is hidden in a teak cabinet. Forward is a bar with a gas grill, while aft is the sunning area. The sun deck roof is graciously fitted with a water mist spray system to ensure a refreshing experience in the sun.
Abundant with Amenities
The elegant motor yacht features a state-of-the-art nav system, and an integrated A/V light and climate control system by Crestron. Her stowage comprises of a Williams tender, a Kawasaki and a Yamaha jet-ski and two SeaBobs.
VARVARA is powered by two MAN V8 diesel engines, with a maximum speed of 15.5 knots, and a cruising speed of 12 knots; she has an impressive range of 2300 nautical miles.