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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.
May 28, 2020 - Now Located At Lauderdale Marine Center's FTZ Docks For Showing To Anyone Including US Citizens
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.
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 Sony Blue Ray player (new 4/20), a QSC power amp and a Direct TV 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
Hidden/concealed Miele fridge & freezer
Frigamar digital AC control
Miele convection microwave
Miele coffee machine
Large outboard window w/blinds
Full size stainless sink w/removable spray faucet
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
(14) Cabinet doors
GFCI outlets 110V & 220V
(13) Overhead LED lights
Wood plank sole
(2) Smoke/fire alarm sensors
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 Sony Blue Ray player (new 4/20), a 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.
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Galati Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Gilman Yachts of Fort Lauderdale.