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2015
108' Benetti
"LADY ATTITUDE"
Location:
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Price:
$7,495,000.00
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Purchased by a lifelong y

Gilman Yachts
954-525-8112
Sales Rep: Jeff Stanley
Telephone: 1-954-249-0360
Walkthrough

Boarding LADY ATTITUDE is either via the passarelle aft, the swim platform from a floating dock or from the port or starboard boarding gates on the aft third of the yacht. 

Once on the Aft Deck there is a large bench aft to seat six with two twin single pedestal tables and a drop in leaf to make one large table.


Easy steps to the Third Deck are to starboard.  A large curved sliding door into the Salon is centerline.


The Salon has port and starboard built in cabinetry to disguise the yacht’s air trunks.  Forward to port is an off white leather L shaped sofa with the outboard corner removed to make way for a round 37” elevator to the Sky Lounge.


Next forward is a low cabinet to house the yacht’s tableware followed by a ten place marble Dining Room table.  


Of interest in the Salon are full height port and starboard windows.


Forward to port is the full Galley with access to the Crew Area below deck.  


To starboard is the side deck entrance lobby with stairs to the four cabins below, steps to the Pilothouse, the Day Head and the entrance to the Master Cabin, forward.


The on deck Master has a large walk in wardrobe, a large Head with dual sinks and a steam shower.  All the way forward is the king berth Master Cabin with large side windows, dual nightstands and a desk.


The Guest Cabins are reached via a winding set of stairs from the Main Companionway.  Aft are mirror image walk around queen berth cabins each with private heads and shower.  Forward are two twin berth cabins with a nightstand between.  They also, each have generous heads and showers.


The Skylounge Deck starts with the expansive Pilothouse including 90% of the yacht’s navigation electronics, a settee with table and a 270 degree view forward.  There is direct access from the Galley Crew Area via separate stairs as well as the main entrance lobby.


Aft and up three steps is the Skylounge with a four place table, L shaped sectional settee, service bar, steps to the Flybridge, a Day Head and a glass bulkhead leading aft.


The Salon elevator leads to the Skylounge Deck giving the owner elevator access to the public area of the yacht.


The Skylounge Aft Deck has an 8 foot round dining table with eight chairs, a service bar, settee and steps to the Flybridge.  This area is fully shaded by a hardtop.


Steps aft to starboWalkthrough

Boarding LADY ATTITUDE is either via the passarelle aft, the swim platform from a floating dock or from the port or starboard boarding gates on the aft third of the yacht. 


Once on the Aft Deck there is a large bench aft to seat six with two twin single pedestal tables and a drop in leaf to make one large table.


Easy steps to the Third Deck are to starboard.  A large curved sliding door into the Salon is centerline.


The Salon has port and starboard built in cabinetry to disguise the yacht’s air trunks.  Forward to port is an off white leather L shaped sofa with the outboard corner removed to make way for a round 37” elevator to the Sky Lounge.


Next forward is a low cabinet to house the yacht’s tableware followed by a ten place marble Dining Room table.  


Of interest in the Salon are full height port and starboard windows.


Forward to port is the full Galley with access to the Crew Area below deck.  


To starboard is the side deck entrance lobby with stairs to the four cabins below, steps to the Pilothouse, the Day Head and the entrance to the Master Cabin, forward.


The on deck Master has a large walk in wardrobe, a large Head with dual sinks and a steam shower.  All the way forward is the king berth Master Cabin with large side windows, dual nightstands and a desk.


The Guest Cabins are reached via a winding set of stairs from the Main Companionway.  Aft are mirror image walk around queen berth cabins each with private heads and shower.  Forward are two twin berth cabins with a nightstand between.  They also, each have generous heads and showers.


The Skylounge Deck starts with the expansive Pilothouse including 90% of the yacht’s navigation electronics, a settee with table and a 270 degree view forward.  There is direct access from the Galley Crew Area via separate stairs as well as the main entrance lobby.


Aft and up three steps is the Skylounge with a four place table, L shaped sectional settee, service bar, steps to the Flybridge, a Day Head and a glass bulkhead leading aft.


The Salon elevator leads to the Skylounge Deck giving the owner elevator access to the public area of the yacht.


The Skylounge Aft Deck has an 8 foot round dining table with eight chairs, a service bar, settee and steps to the Flybridge.  This area is fully shaded by a hardtop.


Steps aft to starboard lead to the Flybridge.  A smaller version of the round dining table is centered under the arch and FRP shade with a sliding fabric top aft.  Chaise lounges are aft for sunning.  Forward is a walk behind bar, loose and fixed seating, the jacuzzi tub and to starboard the occasional Flybridge helm with access to the Pilothouse below.


The Crew Area reached from the Galley includes a crew mess and three separate crew cabins each with an en suite head.


A note about the interior finishes of LADY ATTITUDE:


Most of the yacht’s sole is Zebrawood Tabu planking with a satin varnish.  Her principal joinery is an unstained light walnut with a mix of three different woods, finishes and textures.  Off white lacquer smooth Zebrawood Tabu and a raised grain Zebrawood structured wood are used together to create very striking interior joinery, so much so, there is almost no room or need for interior artwork.

ard lead to the Flybridge.  A smaller version of the round dining table is centered under the arch and FRP shade with a sliding fabric top aft.  Chaise lounges are aft for sunning.  Forward is a walk behind bar, loose and fixed seating, the jacuzzi tub and to starboard the occasional Flybridge helm with access to the Pilothouse below.


The Crew Area reached from the Galley includes a crew mess and three separate crew cabins each with an en suite head.


A note about the interior finishes of LADY ATTITUDE:


Most of the yacht’s sole is Zebrawood Tabu planking with a satin varnish.  Her principal joinery is an unstained light walnut with a mix of three different woods, finishes and textures.  Off white lacquer smooth Zebrawood Tabu and a raised grain Zebrawood structured wood are used together to create very striking interior joinery, so much so, there is almost no room or need for interior artwork.


Salon

The Salon is entered via a manual sliding door from the Aft Deck or an automatic electric sliding door from the starboard side deck all the way aft.  This floor to ceiling glass gives a very open feeling to the Salon.

The sole is a planked Zebrawood sole.  To both port and starboard are built in cabinets, the starboard with a 40” Samsung HD TV, to port, a two shelf display cabinet.  Both of these items disguise the Engine Room air trunks.  To port are two three person sofas arranged in an L shape with the three level chrome and glass coffee table lying in front.  Two upholstered occasional chairs face the sofa all set upon a wool area rug.  In the corner between the sofas is a new 37” pneumatic elevator that rises to the Skylounge Deck.


Also in the Salon are 21 overhead LED lights, full drapes at the windows/doors, four stereo speakers and digital AC controls. 


Dining Salon

Open to the Salon and separated only by a low cabinet, forward of the sofa is the Dining Area.  Centered is a 12 person stone dining table on a wood sole contiguous from the Salon.  Opposite of those in the Salon the portside windows are floor to ceiling and the starboard side are above the cabinets with partial storage below.

The four cabinets aft of the dining table house plates, glasses and service items.  


Forward of the dining table in alternating panels with display shelves are five opening cabinets fitted for glassware, service items, etc.  The Salon’s entertainment equipment consisting of a Denon A/V receiver, a Nextwork DVD player, a QSC power amp and a Direct TV HD receiver.


Also in the Dining Salon are 14 overhead LED lights, two stereo speakers and a hidden subwoofer.


Galley

The Galley is entered via a sliding pocket door from the portside forward of the Dining Salon.  A large window with blinds is over the sink.  

Aft and inboard are steps to the Pilothouse.  All the way forward are steps to the Crew Area.


Features of the Galley include:


Wood sliding pocket door

Corian countertops

Hidden/concealed Miele fridge & freezer

Frigamar digital AC control

Miele convection microwave

Miele coffee machine

Large outboard window w/blinds

Miele dishwasher

Full size stainless sink w/removable spray faucet

Garbage disposal

Broan trash compactor

New 4 burner Miele Induction glass cooktop (new 2018)

Miele full size oven/Miele exhaust hood

Stainless GE full size side by side fridge freezer

Pantograph door to side decks

Hidden full size freezer

Denon CD receiver RCD – M39

(7) Steps up to Helm Deck

(8) Steps down to Crew Mess

(5) Drawers

(14) Cabinet doors

GFCI outlets 110V & 220V

(13) Overhead LED lights

Wood plank sole

(2) Smoke/fire alarm sensors


Entry Foyer

A dual pane sliding door gives formal entry to the yacht.

The sole is marble.  A small hanging locker with shelf is opposite.  Next forward are steps to below, followed by a three shelf bookshelf and steps to the Pilothouse.



Day Head

Next forward is the Day Head with a vanity and a glass vessel sink on a white quartz countertop. The sole is white marble. The toilet is a “Jets” jet head.

Inboard is a hidden panel that leads to a technical space with rack storage for the router and computer associated equipment, breaker panels, storage and a dedicated AC fan coil.


Master Head

Next forward behind a hinged door is the Master Cabin. Up two steps is a walk in wardrobe with two hanging rods, shoe racks, open shelves and a full size dressing mirror. Also in this cabin is a Denon A/V receiver, a Nextwork DVD player, an HD Direct TV receiver and a digital safe.

Outboard below the house side windows with both electrically operated opaque shades and translucent Roman shades are five mirrored storage cabinets.


Next forward inboard is the Owner Head. Two glass vessel sinks sit atop a white marble countertop with bulkhead faucets above. Two door storage vanities flank an open vanity area with an upholstered stool.


The steam shower has a clear glass door and sidelight as well as a seat, overhead rain type shower fixture and a shower wand. The toilet is in a separate area behind an obscure glass door. The toilet is a jet head. The large house side window has electric shades. The sole of the Head is white marble with alternating nonskid panels.


Besides the vanities there are no less than eight storage cabinets with contrasting wood doors.


Also in the Head are nine overhead LED lights as well as LED strip lighting behind soffit moldings. Digital AC controls are also in this area.


Master Cabin

Next forward is the Master Cabin with a king size berth off the forward bulkhead.  The mattresses have been replaced with two custom fully adjustable (head and leg) “Axel Bloom” German made beds (cost $6K).  This was accomplished without any modifications to the berth allowing replacement with a standard mattress if desired….  but you won’t! 

Both port and starboard are twin two door nightstands with concealed flip up panels, for outlets, remotes, chargers, etc.  Above is a reading/accent lamp.


The headboard is grey leather with an upholstered headrest.  The forward bulkhead has a raised random brick pattern in small suede panels.


At the foot of the berth is a 40” Samsung HD TV and a vanity with a drawer and stool.


What is remarkable about this cabin is the huge house side windows and cut down outboard bulkheads affording a wonderful view of the sea, rarely found outside of the Benetti line of yachts.


A full translucent shade and a separate Roman opaque shade rise at the click of a button.


Also in this cabin is a wood sole to match the Salon, 17 overhead lights, two stereo speakers, a center channel speaker and digital AC controls.  


Lower Accommodation Foyer

Opposite the lobby entrance are ten angled steps to the Lower Deck Accommodations.  Five hidden panels open for stewardess and linen storage at the lower deck level.

Aft are two identical en suite queen VIP’s.  Forward are two identical en suite twin bed cabins.


A large storage/technical area is accessed via a door under the stairs.


A large mirror forward and plenty of overhead LED lighting give a feeling of spaciousness.


Portside VIP Cabin

The Portside VIP Cabin is entered via the forward inboard end with a queen berth off the aft bulkhead.  Each side of the berth has a timber nightstand with a cabinet below and hidden outlets under a flip up panel.  A small accent light is over nightstand.  A leather headboard sits upon alternating squares of grey suede in an attractive brick pattern.

The inboard side of the cabin has six drawers under a two piece mirror.  


At the foot of the berth inboard is a locker with the cabin’s entertainment electronics consisting of a Denon AV receiver and a Nextworks DVD player.  A 26” LG LED TV is centered and an auto lit hanging locker with three drawers within is outboard.


The outboard bulkhead has a cabinet with two shelves and a digital safe.


Next aft is a large fixed hull side window with an opaque shade and a translucent Roman shade both electrically operated from either side of the berth.


Below are two fiddled shelves for display.


Also in the cabin are digital AC controls, stereo speakers, 13 overhead LED lights, a smoke/fire sensor, an escape hatch and an entrance to the VIP Head.


Portside VIP Head

Entered from the aft inboard end is the private VIP Head.

The vanity has two cabinet doors below with a free floating stone countertop and backsplash with a glass vessel sink and a bulkhead mounted fixture.


The toilet is a Jet’s head model.  The stall shower has a clear glass door and side light, rain type and handheld shower fixtures.


There are six inset shelves for shampoos, etc. and an attractive mini octagon mosaic tile.  A hull side window is covered with electrically operated wood blinds.


A full beam mirror extends across the aft bulkhead with ten overhead lights, an exhaust fan and an AC vent.


The sole is white stone with alternating nonskid panels.


Starboard VIP Cabin

The Starboard VIP Cabin is entered via the forward inboard end with a queen berth off the aft bulkhead.  Each side of the berth has a timber nightstand with a cabinet below and hidden outlets under a flip up panel.  A small accent light is over nightstand.  A leather headboard sits upon alternating squares of grey suede in an attractive brick pattern.

The inboard side of the cabin has six drawers under a two piece mirror.  


At the foot of the berth inboard is a locker with the cabin’s entertainment electronics consisting of a Denon AV receiver and a Nextworks DVD player.  A 26” LG LED TV is centered and an auto lit hanging locker with three drawers within is outboard.


The outboard bulkhead has a cabinet with two shelves and a digital safe.


Next aft is a large fixed hull side window with an opaque shade and a translucent Roman shade both electrically operated from either side of the berth.


Below are two fiddled shelves for display.


Also in the cabin are digital AC controls, stereo speakers, 13 overhead LED lights, a smoke/fire sensor, an escape hatch and an entrance to the VIP Head.


Starboard VIP Head

Entered from the aft inboard end is the private VIP Head.

The vanity has two cabinet doors below with a free floating stone countertop and backsplash with a glass vessel sink and a bulkhead mounted fixture.


The toilet is a Jet’s head model.  The stall shower has a clear glass door and side light, rain type and handheld shower fixtures.


There are six inset shelves for shampoos, etc. and an attractive mini octagon mosaic tile.  A hull side window is covered with electrically operated wood blinds.


A full beam mirror extends across the aft bulkhead with ten overhead lights, an exhaust fan and an AC vent.


The sole is white stone with alternating nonskid panels.


Port Guest Cabin

The Port Guest Cabin is entered via the aft inboard corner with two twin berths separated by a two door timber nightstand with outlets hidden behind a concealed panel.  A full beam leather headboard connects the two berths with a mirrored center section and sconce lamp flanked by the suede brick pattern panels found throughout the accommodation areas.

Inboard is an emergency escape hatch.  Outboard are two fiddled storage cuddies with a large hull side window above, covered with an opaque shade and translucent Roman shade.  Just forward is a cabinet with a Denon AV receiver, a Samsung DVD player and an Apple TV plus a digital safe.


At the foot of the outboard berth is an auto lit hanging locker with three drawers within.  


At the foot of the inboard berth is a built in 22” Samsung LED TV.  Between is the entrance to the private head.


An escape hatch leads into the Starboard Guest Twin and then into the Crew Area.


This cabin can be reconfigured to a queen size berth by sliding the inboard berth outboard to connect the two beds.


Port Guest Cabin Head

Entered from the aft end of the cabin is the private Port Guest Cabin Head.

The vanity has two cabinet doors below with a free floating stone countertop and backsplash with a glass vessel sink and a bulkhead mounted fixture.


The toilet is a Jet’s head model.  The stall shower has a clear glass door, rain type and handheld shower fixtures.


There are six inset shelves for shampoos, etc. and an attractive mini octagon mosaic tile.  Above the toilet is a hull side window and is covered with electrically operated wood blinds.


A mirror is over the vanity with ten overhead lights, an exhaust fan and an AC vent.


The sole is white stone with alternating nonskid panels.


Starboard Guest Cabin

The Starboard Guest Cabin is entered via the aft inboard corner with two twin berths separated by a two door timber nightstand with outlets hidden behind a concealed panel.  A full beam leather headboard connects the two berths with a mirrored center section and sconce lamp flanked by the suede brick pattern panels found throughout the accommodation areas.

Inboard is an emergency escape hatch.  Outboard are two fiddled storage cuddies with a large hull side window above, covered with an opaque shade and translucent Roman shade.  Just forward is a cabinet with a Denon AV receiver, a Samsung DVD player and an Apple TV plus a digital safe.


At the foot of the outboard berth is an auto lit hanging locker with three drawers within.  


At the foot of the inboard berth is a built in 22” Samsung LED TV.  Between is the entrance to the private head.


An escape hatch leads into the Crew Area.


This cabin can be reconfigured to a queen size berth by sliding the inboard berth outboard to connect the two beds.


Starboard Guest Cabin Head

Entered from the aft end of the cabin is the private Starboard Guest Cabin Head.

The vanity has two cabinet doors below with a free floating stone countertop and backsplash with a glass vessel sink and a bulkhead mounted fixture.


The toilet is a Jet’s head model.  The stall shower has a clear glass door, rain type and handheld shower fixtures.


There are six inset shelves for shampoos, etc. and an attractive mini octagon mosaic tile.  Above the toilet is a hull side window and is covered with electrically operated wood blinds.


A mirror is over the vanity with ten overhead lights, an exhaust fan and an AC vent.


The sole is white stone with alternating nonskid panels.


Pilothouse

The Pilothouse is accessed via steps up from the Galley, steps down from the Flybridge or forward from the Skylounge.

Vertical windows afford the most helm space and a great visual appeal.  Large side windows offer a 270 degree view.  


The centerline helm allows for portside seating with a sliding/removable table.  A hinged door allows for undisturbed night navigation.


Equipment found in the Pilothouse includes:


Besenzoni leather helm chair

Leather helm wheel

CMC Marine Dualis bow thruster controls

Mouse wheel for navigation/computer control

Aventix main engine single lever electronic controls

Port & starboard MAN engine operation start panels

Furuno Nav Net 3D navigation controls, together with Time Zero navigation computer as backup

BSC rudder angle indicator w/rudder set point

Port & starboard Man MMDS-CLC 6.5 engine display gauges

BSC steering system display  controls

Port & starboard Onyx Marine automation display w/Benetti Wheelhouse monitor

Furuno satellite compass

Mitsubishi GOT1000

Autoitalia Actro prime fire & security panel

Wheelhouse phone

HP Office Jet Pro 8720 print/scan/fax/copy

Northrup Gruman – Sperry Marine  gyrocompass 

(2) 15” Display screens, for Furuno Navnet & Time Zero cartography

SCM helm phone

Sailor 6301 control unit FM/HF radio

Sailor 6215 VHF w/DSC

Stainless trimmed monitor for CCTV camera systems

Large chart holder w/chart lights & storage below

Denon RCD-M39 stereo CD receiver

Leather upholstered dash

3 Person bench seating

Removable table, slides fore & aft

(16) LED overhead lights, 5 of which are red for night navigationThe Pilothouse is accessed via steps up from the Galley, steps down from the Flybridge or forward from the Skylounge.



Ship’s Monitoring System

Integrated yacht monitoring system, (2) separate systems connected by redundant LAN NET including the following features:

(2) 15” Touch screen monitors in Wheelhouse

15” Touch screen monitor in Crew Mess

5” Touch screen monitor in Engine Room

(3) Cumulative alarm repeater panels in Wheelhouse, Engine Room & Crew Mess

These systems monitor:

Power from generators & shore

Navigation lights

External entrances to the yacht

Main Engine gas exhaust valves open/closed

Bilge levels

Tank levels

Main engine operation

Fans & damper position

Batteries & battery chargers

Electric pumps

Alarm notification 

Main Engine emergency stop

Fire alarm system


Skylounge

Located immediately aft and up two steps from the Pilothouse, the Skylounge offers a secondary entertaining area with a huge amount of amenities.  The entire aft bulkhead is glass with the round pneumatic elevator ascending to the port aft corner of this area.  To starboard is a newly recovered L shaped sofa and swivel occasional chair arranged around a stainless and glass coffee table.

In the forward end of the room is a four person card table of stainless and black leather with four white leather chairs.


Hidden behind alternating finish wood cabinets are the following items:


Isotherm drink fridge

Stainless steel sink

Frigomar clear icemaker

Dunavox Two Zone 48 bottle wine cooler

Liquor storage

Glass storage


Aft to port is a cabinet with additional  storage and a popup TV 40” LED TV.


Forward to starboard is the Skylounge Day Head and six angled steps up to the Flybridge.


Also in the Skylounge, 24 overhead LED lights, five channel stereo speakers, smoke/fire sensor, full drapes aft, electric opaque shades and translucent Roman shades, a wood sole, pointed overheads and the area’s entertainment electronics consisting of a Denon AV receiver, Networks DVD player and a Direct TV HD Sat receiver.


Skylounge Day Head

The Skylounge Day Head has a vanity with two cabinet doors below a floating marble countertop with a glass vessel sink and bulkhead mount fixture.  Next forward is a small window with electric wood blinds and two shelves below.

The toilet is a Jet head.  The sole is white marble with alternating nonskid panels.  The sliding door to the Flybridge acts as a opaque skylight for this area.


Skylounge Aft Deck

Teak over fiberglass deck

Triple stainless steel rail, aft & sides

(4) Stainless steel sunshade support poles w/removable sunshade

Varnished teak flag staff

Upholstered two person aft facing seat w/a cocktail table, neither fixed in present position

Low level deck lighting

Fire station/wash down cabinet

10 Step teak tread sun deck access stairs w/stainless steel railing & safety rail located over Aft Deck stairs

Round 8’ varnished teak dining table w/fixed stainless steel base & cover, (8) dining chairs, (2) occasional chairs

(4) Overhead stereo speakers

Overhead DC strip lighting

Full glass three panel bulkhead leading to Skylounge , electric auto door to port

Starboard side bar unit w/sink, Gaggenau cooktop, Frigomar stainless steel icemaker, Isotherm stainless steel drink fridge & storage cabinet w/cover

Portside matching FRP cabinet to hold plates, cups, glasses for outdoor use w/cover

36” Aqualite outdoor TV above cabinet w/cover


Flybridge Deck

Teak over fiberglass deck

6’ Varnished round dining table w/(10) stainless steel trimmed dining chairs

(2) Matching chaise lounges

Large centerlined sun umbrella on stainless steel base

Rain type overhead shower in aft port corner

Triple stainless steel safety rails around deck, aft & sides

Low level deck lighting

(2) 16 Man Zodiac life rafts w/hydrostatic release mounted outboard of rails

Aft access from Skylounge deck

Forward access from Pilothouse

Custom two level FRP box to hold elevator pumps doubles as seating

FRP arch type hardtop w/10’ FRP forward facing shade & 5’ aft facing retractable fabric shade

Professional Grade 30” stainless steel free standing gas BBQ grill w/cover

Portside FRP bar unit w/ stainless steel sink, three cabinets & varnished teak raised bar area, next forward is a continuation of the bar with matching cabinet housing a stainless steel Isotherm drink fridge, a Frigomar clear ice icemaker & the Flybridge entertainment system consisting of a Denon A/V receiver, a Nextwork DVD player, a Direct TV HD Sat receiver, all behind a gasketed door.  A popup Aqualife HD TV is furthest forward in an FRP enclosure.

To starboard opposite the bar is a three person settee and two swivel barstools mounted facing forward with a custom glass bar top.  This overlooks the sliding door into the Pilothouse area.


Next forward is the Flybridge Helm.


Centerline is a six person hot tub/spa with a teak grate border to act as a splash-drain.


To port is a sun cushion area with equipment access hatches below.  A loose upholstered chair faces forward for the best seat in the house while underway!  An umbrella with a stainless steel base shades this area as needed.


Handheld shower at hot tub.


Flybridge Helm Area

Teak & fiberglass decking

EPIRB w/auto display

Sliding door to Pilothouse area

Stainless steel trimmed Venturi windshield

Taco Metals helm seat/leaning post w/cover (new 2018) 

Helm cover

Wood helm wheel

Carbon fiber look dash panels (new 2018) for rearrangement of instruments to accommodate the larger Furuno screen

Furuno Nav Net 3D 12” screen

Analog VDO engine gauges

Urania 4” magnetic compass

Furuno RD 33 data readout

CMC Marine bow thruster joystick

MAN start/stop panel for engines

Navis AP 3000 autopilot control panel

Rudder & set point analog indicators

BCS steering system control panel

Remote searchlight controls

Aventix single lever electronic engine controls

Sailor VHF remote

Access hatch below helm

Helm cover


Crew Area

Down ten angled steps from the forward end of the Galley is the Crew Area.  At the bottom of the stairs is the Crew Mess with the following items:

Marble topped three door storage cabinet with undermount stainless steel sink

Miele two door refrigerator/freezer

15” CCTV monitor

15” Alarm panel monitor

(2) Storage cabinets flanking a hull side window w/drapes

5 – 6 Person dinette w/matching stool

Technical locker w/breakers, pump switches, etc.

Digital AC controls

Wood sole

Samsung 22” LED TV

Escape hatch from Guest Cabins

Smoke/fire sensor


Going forward to both port and starboard are two over/under cabins with Samsung TV’s, fixed hull windows, hanging lockers, drawers and digital AC controls.  The Starboard Cabin is slightly larger with an en suite head including a vanity, Jet head and a stall shower.  The Port Cabin’s Head is outside the cabin but otherwise identical.


All the way forward up four steps is the Captain’s Cabin with over/under bunks, a double door hanging locker with safe and a private head with vanity, jet toilet and stall shower.


To have three separate crew cabins including three heads with stall showers is rare at 108’ and will be appreciated by the yacht’s new crew.


Foredeck

(2) 150 Kg (330 lb.) Galvanized Pool style anchors each w/360’ of 14 mm galvanized chain

Fortress FX-125 spare anchor (stowed)

(2) Muir vertical electric windlasses, 230 volt, 3 phase 50 HZ

(2) Chain stoppers for windlasses

Chain locker access hatch w/additional line & fender storage

Anchor chain wash down system

Under deck bosuns locker aft of chain locker

Stainless steel pennant staff w/bell

Low level deck lighting

Triple chrome air horns

(4) Pantograph windshield wipers & washers

Fire hose & wash down hose connection to starboard

Portside windlass remote control locker

Starboard side bow shore power connection locker

Bow seating area just forward of windlasses, includes teak table & umbrella

Large storage/Bosun locker forward w/port & starboard access hatches, plus Master Cabin escape hatch

Sun pad/seating area aft of windlasses

Dual bow cleats & fairleads  

Teak over fiberglass decking

Center teak tread walkway to upper sun pad area for 4 – 5 persons, just forward of Wheelhouse with stainless steel handrails, Fusion stereo, Sony speakers & low level lighting

Raised FPR bulwarks w/stainless handrails cut out in bulwarks at master house side windows

Exterior shade covers for the Master Cabin windows


Side Decks

Teak over fiberglass side decks

Portside Pantograph Galley entrance door

Starboard side sliding lobby entrance door

Side deck overhang – from Master Cabin aft

Raised FRP bulwarks w/cutouts at full height Salon windows

Stainless steel handrails above FRP bulwarks

Custom electrically operated starboard side entry door in Salon

Multiple freeing ports at deck level

Twin port & starboard spring line cleats w/fairleads

Portside Pantograph Engine Room door

7 Step “Tracy” stowable boarding gangway

Port & starboard water tank fill fittings

(2) Life rings w/man overboard lights

Low level deck lighting

(2) CC TV cameras

Overhead LED strip lights

(2) Mounted boat hooks

Clean oil/duty oil tank access points

Port & starboard hinged Pantograph FRP boarding doors w/rail breaks

Starboard side emergency Engine Room escape hatch


Aft Deck

Teak over fiberglass decking

Full Flybridge overhang for shade & weather protection

Built in Aft Deck seating for 4 – 5 w/(5) loose chairs & storage below

(10) Step teak treads to the Aft Skylounge Deck w/stainless steel handrails 

(2) Muir electric warping capstans 230V 3 phase 50 HZ

Raised stern cleats w/capstan motors below

(2) Sun Deck stainless steel support poles

(4) Overhead stereo speakers

CCTV camera

(2) Quick Disconnect freshwater wash down lockers

(2) Life rings w/retrieval lines

Portside shower at swim platform steps

Stern electric connection locker, port

Compressed air station starboard

(11) Overhead LED strip lights

(5) Teak steps port & starboard down to swim platform w/custom stainless steel handrails

Hinged stainless steel gates at top of steps to swim platform

Besenzoni passarelle, telescoping, 3 section

Teak over FRP swim platform

Large FRP hinged hatch into tender garage

(12) Lopolight underwater lights, (4) port, (4) center, (4) starboard


Engine Room/Mechanical Equipment

The Engine Room is entered via the portside deck through a Pantograph door.  Eight steps lead to below.

The main ship’s electrical panel is at the base of the stairs.  Aft are two pairs of Miele Softronic washers and dryers, (2 washers, 2 dryers) and a two door storage locker.


The Engine Room is arranged in a U shape around the central tender garage.


Equipment includes:


Twin MAN 1000 HP, V-8, 4 stroke diesel engines

Manual/electric valves at main engine exhaust

Generator mufflers

Fluorescent AC lighting

Emergency DC lighting

Digital control panel for Gianneschi Engine Room ventilation

Central door into garage

(2) Digital MAN engine controls panels w/start/stop & emergency stop

Fold down stainless steel sink

Electrical valve solenoids for main engine exhaust atmospheric bypass

Dual Racor 75/1000 fuel filters w/vacuum gauges w/drip trays

Remote mounted dual MAN engine secondary filters w/drip traps

Dual Racor 500’s for each generator w/vacuum gauges w/drip traps

7 Valve stainless steel fuel manifold

(2) New shaft seals 9/19

3 ½” Heavy stainless steel rail around each engine

Tool shelf above each engine

(2) Freshwater spigots w/hoses

CCTV camera

Heat/fire sensors

Flashing warning lights overhead

Clean oil pump (220V)

Dirty oil pump (220V)

Emergency Engine Room escape ladder/hatch

(2) Frigobar chilled water chillers in enclosure, chillers new 2018

AC raw water & circulation pump relay box w/backup pumps & digital display

Aluminum knocked plating, hinged or removable as needed

(2) FRP  sea chests for main engines w/stainless steel exterior grills

(2) FRP  sea chests for generators & chiller cooling  w/stainless steel exterior grills

(2) FRP structural boxes for underwater exhaust

Sound insulation

400 Volt 3 phase fuel transfer pump

Manual fuel transfer pump for emergency purposes

Emergency fuel shutoff valves at each fuel tank

Remote fuel level gauge w/high & low level alarm

Stainless steel fuel piping

CuNi piping for any pipe carrying seawater 

304 Stainless steel exhaust pipe w/epoxy coatings

(2) Exhaust gas/water separators on generator exhausts

61 Kg FM 200 fixed fire system designed to stop ventilation fans, close air duct dampers & close fuel oil valves

Bilge suction manifold system to five watertight compartments 

(2) 220 Volt bilge pumps/fire system pumps

(4) Fire hydrants, (2) Main Deck, Upper Deck, Engine Room

(2) Gianneschi stainless steel hot water boilers 150 liters each

(2) Hot water circulation pumps

Tecma sewage system

Gianneschi service air compressor

Axial fan for inlet w/fire damper

Axial fan for exhaust air w/fire damper

Rentjes reduction gears 4:053 to 1 gear ratio

3 ½” Marinox 17 stainless steel prop shafts

Twin 3 blade 400V 3 phase 37 KW bow thruster in 18” tube

Gianneschi diesel crash pump

CMC electric at anchor stabilizers w/70” x 40” fins

Oil change system

Hydraulic steering system w/(2) pumps

Emergency steering system w/wheel, rudder angle indicator

Stainless steel Idromar watermaker 1140 GPD, 1011 hours on meter

Commercial pre-filter for watermaker 

Large tool rack on starboard side of gauge in Engine Room


Electrical

400/230 VAC 3 phase 50 HZ system

120 VAC single phase 60 HZ system via ASEA converter

24V Emergency light system w/dedicated batteries

24V Radio batteries set

24V Service batteries set

(2) Sets 24V starting batteries

(2) Sets 24V generator start batteries

24V Electronic battery set – on main deck

Battery parallel system between engine start battery sets

Mastervolt main engine battery charger, 24 volt, 50 amp

Mastervolt generator battery charger, 12 volt, 25 amp

Mastervolt service battery charger, 24 volt, 50 amp

Mastervolt radio battery charger, 12 volt, 25 amp

Mastervolt backup radio/service/emergency battery charger, 24 volt, 50 amp

Mastervolt electronics battery charger, 12 volt, 25 amp

Full boat bonding system w/ground plate

Lightning conductor fitted at mast top

Starboard 1500 RPM Kohler 50 KW 400V 50 HZ generator in sound shield, 4301 hours

Port 1500 RPM Kohler 50 KW 400V 50 HZ generator in sound shield, 4047 hours

ASEA 60 KVA (two 30 KVA) frequency converters, master & slave

ASEA 18 KVA 120 converter to power 120 volt outlets throughout the vessel

Lighting in vessel is 24V AC & 230 volt AC

Emergency lighting throughout is 24V DC

International Navigation lights fed from service & emergency battery banks

(7) Battery shutoff switches

Main Engine Room electrical panel with:

Digital generator panels w/IMF digital multimeters

Analog 0-500 volt meter

Analog HZ meter

        Synchro gauge

       (2) Generator selector switches w/generator RPM dials

       Digital multi meter for supplied power

       6.5” LCD screen for shipboard alarm system

      Light up switches for fire pump, bilge pump, fuel pump, sewage pump, scupper pump, clean oil pump, dirty oil pump

      Exhaust valve controls for electric actuators w/manual override

     (52) Breaker protected 400V AC circuits

     (16) Breaker protected 220V AC circuits

Secondary Engine Room 24V panel with:

Analog generator service voltmeter 

Analog engine service voltmeter 

Analog service battery voltmeter 

       (4) Analog charge & discharge meters

      (34) Breaker protected 24V CC circuits

      (6) Auto bilge pump indicator lights

      (6) Area electric bilge valve switches w/high water indicators


Garage

230 Volt electric winch & trolley for jet tender

Removable swim ladder installs on open garage door 

Hinged FPR garage door w/hydraulic actuator 

(2) Sea Bob scuba jets model FS 5

LED lighting overhead

Access panels to equipment

(6) Overhead rod racks

(2) Foldable go-cycles electric bikes

CCTV camera


Tender

2018 14’ 9” Williams 445 diesel jet tender

110 HP Yanmar diesel engine

Beam 6' 7"

1825 lbs. dry

7 Person seating capacity

18 Gallon fuel capacity

40 MPH top speed

3 Double bench seats, plus bow seat

Carbon white tubes

VHF radio

AIS transmission system

LED deck lights

Folding console

Faux teak decking 

Navigation lights

Battery shutoff switch

Step pads

Integral swim platform

Construction Notes

Bulbous bow for increased waterline length and head sea wave damping

Built to RINA class Notation C Maltese Cross, Hull, Mach Y, expires upon launch/delivery

Integral FRP tankage (all)

Superstructure Main Deck has PVC foam/wood core w/two external skins

Skylounge deck house is FRP/carbon fiber sandwich for weight savings

Five watertight bulkheads providing six watertight compartments

Floating floors/paneling/false ceiling/interior partions

12 mm Original thickness for teak decking


Additional Measurements

Waterline length 91’ 7” with full load

Gross Tonnage 210

Displacement 140 tons light load

       160 tons half load

       170 tons full load

Draft 6’ 2” light load

        7’ 4” full load


Clean oil tank 79.3 gallons

Dirty oil tank 79.3 gallons

Freshwater 925 gallons

Black water 462 gallons

Grey water 462 gallons


Owner Improvements

Upon purchase the Owner added a two deck pneumatic elevator to serve the Main and Skylounge Deck

Replaced both AC chillers

Updated the navigation electronics

Fully serviced her ASEA power converter

New 445 diesel Williams jet tender

Fall 2019 yard visit with bottom paint, prop recondition, new dripless shaft seals, service of pumps and valves as needed


Remarks

Purchased by a lifelong yachtsman in early 2018 this 108’ Benetti Tradition Supreme was chosen for the incredible amount of space in her relatively compact size.  The amount of ambient lighting from her large windows on all decks create an open air feeling and only contribute to the spacious feeling of her indoor spaces. The outdoor areas of the yacht are nothing short of amazing with a full three decks of shaded luxury with three separate areas for alfresco dining, three areas for sun worshipping, bars, grills, hot tubs and more!

A proper tender garage allows for storage of a brand new diesel Williams 445 jet tender and other toys. 

Her owner raves about the low noise levels whether cruising at 12 knots or anchored with her At Rest stabilizers.  Fuel economy at 10 knots is an astounding two gallons per mile!


With her ASEA power converter LADY ATTITUDE can take you almost anywhere you want to go.


Not for sale to US clients while in US waters.



Exclusions

While every effort was made to list all pertinent included equipment aboard LADY ATTITUDE, there are some personal belongings aboard.  Prospective purchasers should assume any item not specifically mentioned herein will not convey at closing.


Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


Specifications, with Equipment and Information:
Dimensions/Weights
- Length: 108' 3"
- LOA: 108' 3"
- Displacement: 210 tons
- BEAM: 24' 3"
- DRAFT: 7' 4"
 
Engines
- Engine(s): MAN D2868LE423
- Hours: 2282
- HP: 2000
 
Tankage/Capacity
- Fuel: 6535 gallons
- Water: 925 gallons
- Holding: 462 gallons
 
Construction
- Hull Construction: Fiberglass
 
Manufacturer/Model/Designer
- Manufacturer: Benetti
- Model: Tradition Supreme 108
 
 
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