One of Italian yard Ortona Navi’s most famous builds has come up for sale. Motoryacht Resilience is 49.9 meters (164 feet) in length, and features a steel full-displacement hull and aluminum superstructure; she measures just over 30’ at beam.
Launched in 2008, M/Y Resilience is poised to build upon her successful charter history. She has had several extensive refits in the past five years. In 2014, she had an exhaustive overhaul completed at a cost exceeding $5 million. Additionally, she has had a refit each winter for the past three years; the most recent included a full 10-year survey.
Resilience’s exterior architecture gracefully balances contemporary and classic design elements. Her interiors are similarly engaging; semi-gloss plank floors, gloss-finished ceilings and Rovere oak paneling allow for an understated optimism that errs on the side of classic. There are hints of streamline design influence here and there, suggesting the golden age of the ocean-liner, but the contemporary approach neatly avoids sentimentality as it warms the interiors.
Guest accommodations include six staterooms. The master suite is quite large, and situated on the main deck; it is accessible via a private corridor, and features a shower room in onyx, and his-and-hers bathrooms separated by a jacuzzi. The other standout stateroom is the VIP cabin, which is located on the upper deck, and features a bath accented with blue mosaic tile. Her six crew cabins include a captain’s cabin.
Resilience can reach a top speed of 16 knots. Her cruising speed tops out at 13 knots; at 9 knots, her transatlantic range is 4,500nm.