Originally designed by Italy’s Stefano Natucci and Studio Massari, with naval architecture by Benetti, Andiamo has enjoyed a recent refit which has seen her interior fully updated by designer Patrick Knowles. Knowles re-designed Andiamo with a chic and luxurious interior, which pairs well with her classic, timeless exterior. During this refit, Andiamo’s exterior was also refreshed with a new paint job featuring an elegant dark blue hull color, making her stand out all the more.
Andiamo’s beautiful interior includes six staterooms for 12 guests, looked after by a crew of 15 accommodated in eight crew cabins. The well-appointed galley features top of the range equipment from Gaggenau, Miele and Electrolux. Crew have use of a good-sized laundry room with three sets of washers and dryers from Miele. Throughout the yacht, all of the network systems can be easily controlled via iPad. The yacht is also well-secured, with a CCTV system network integrated into the onboard server.
The full-displacement yacht offers comfortable cruising and excellent seakeeping, aided by stabilizers and bow thrusters from Naiad. She cruises at 12 knots and can reach a top speed of 16 knots, powered by twin MTU 12v 40000 M60 1320kW engines. Andiamo also boasts an impressive range of 7,900 nautical miles when running at a more economical speed of 10.8 knots, with fuel consumption of only 140L per hour.
Andiamo is stocked with a range of up-to-date tenders and toys, including: a 2019 Williams 625 tender with only 35 hours of use; an Intrepid 375 center console powered by three Yamaha 300hp engines; and a Narwhal 420SV with only five hours of use. She also carries two 2018 Sea-Doos, two Seabobs, one Nautiboy, six bicycles, three sets of scuba diving equipment and plenty of fishing gear.
Notably, Andiamo has proven herself as a popular charter yacht, well-known and well-regarded on the charter market, which is ideal should her new owner seek to earn income from chartering.