Equinoxe Yachts International is pleased to announce the sale of Castagnola Renaissance, with Corrado Di Majo at EYI representing the buyer and Massimo De Marchi of Remarketing Marine assisting the seller.
Renaissance is a 39m wooden composite schooner, offering both the elegance and charm of wood and the structural strength of GRP. She also has an impeccable Italian design pedigree: Studio Faggioni e Della Rosa are responsible for her hull, structure and plant, while Nauta Yachts crafted her deck layout and interiors.
Renaissance’s masts, rigs, deck hardware, engines, generators and onboard plant are all by top international brands of the likes of Caterpillar, Man, Kohler, Sparcraft, Furuno, Guggeneim and Miele.
This wonderfully versatile 39m is as suited to chartering as to life as an ultra-luxe private yacht. She is also the perfect choice for large groups and conferences as well as personal and corporate events.
After boarding aft, guests are greeted by a cockpit furnished with two relaxing sofas and two floating tables. Next comes the main saloon where there is a TV area with an 8-seater U-shaped sofa, central table and two armchairs to port, in addition to a dining area with 12-seater table to starboard. The galley and first crew area are aft. Moving forward to the bow, there is a bar area to port with the wheelhouse to starboard. A stairs also leads to the forward guest quarters.
Here two twin guest cabins boast two single beds, an en suite bathroom with separate shower, and closet. Two further VIP cabins have queen-size beds and an en suite bathroom with separate shower. The full-beam master suite is located foremost and boasts a king-size bed, a sofa with table to starboard and a desk to port. It also has a large closet and en suite bathroom with separate shower.
Renaissance has two separate crew areas. The main crew quarters are located aft and comprise: the captain’s cabin with a queen-size bed and en suite bathroom with enclosed shower, plus a two-berth, also with its own bathroom and enclosed shower. The second crew area lies forward and has access from the main deck. It comprises two one-berth en suite cabins. Both of the latter can be converted to two-berths, however.