The 2012 build has a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure, designed by the ISA in-house team and naval architect Andrea Vallicelli, who has also done the exterior work for the other two ISA 500 yachts, Liberty and Belle Anna.
The contemporary interior styling is a product of Francesco Paszkowski and was designed for family cruising and entertaining guests in comfort and style. The ‘homely’ touch has been fashioned through the use of select designer furniture, fabrics and and finishes of Travertine and Jerusalem stone, grooved oak and flamed Brazilian rosewood.
At the bottom of an impressive double staircase running from the lower deck to the sun deck, Papi Du Papi has a large swimming pool platform that neatly provides access to the beach club. She also has a panoramic sky lounge on the upper deck with a well-equipped home entertainment system and a sun deck with sunbathing areas, a Jacuzzi and an al fresco dining area.
She is fitted with two Caterpillar 3512C engines, with very low running hours, that provide a 2,460 total kilowatt output allowing for a 16.3-knot maximum speed and a range of 4,300 nautical miles at an 11-knot speed.
The Superyacht Intelligence Agency’s graph below shows the average listing prices for the 47.5-52.5m motoryachts that have been listed for re-sale in 2015. It is clear that based on Papi Du Papi’s asking price and age, her positioning in the marketplace is very in line with industry averages for the year.
Year of build: 2012
CA: Camper & Nicholsons and Marcello Maggi SARL
Asking price: $24,000,000