If, by chance, you have missed the Palm Beach International Yacht Show, then there is a little peek into the Italian shipyard Benetti’s interpretation, the Cakewalk – it is all about poetry in motion, and it surely it takes the cake, with its aerodynamic Italian styling as well as interiors of warm burr and cherry walnut contrasted versus cool pale marble.
James Clark, who is a sales broker with Burgess, said that its best feature, in addition to being refitted recently by the owner’s team in Fort Lauderdale, is that this is ready for the all new owners. And it would be a really great charter vessel. The boat is priced at $29.5 million.
Made in the year 2003, Cakewalk underwent an equipment transition this year, with new decor by Liz Dalton. The boat could accommodate thirteen guests in 6 cabins. The full-beam stateroom is put together in a split-level pattern. Fore on the primary deck – from the foyer and stairwell and via the office of the owner, the bedroom is plush, large and elegant, along with 2 bathrooms. After that, proceed up a central set of stairs and conciliate into a comfortable observation lounge to relish panoramic sights.
On the bridge, the VIP stateroom is more than quite special, too. Head forward as well visit the wheelhouse, or step aft and relish the luxurious sky lounge, aft deck and bar. There are 4 guest cabins on the lower deck, along with crew quarters.