The 63m (206.7ft) motor yacht 11.11 was delivered by Italian shipyard Benetti in 2015 to award winning acclaim. She won a World Superyacht Award in 2016 in the category Displacement Motor Yachts 500-1,299GT. Her exterior design and naval architecture, by Azimut, features a knife sharp plumb bow giving her not only a distinctive profile but also improves her fuel efficiency
Her Art Deco inspired interior, by the owner's personal design team, combines cool beiges, dark browns, whites and creams accented with tactile fabrics and handcrafted artworks throughout.
The sun deck has a jacuzzi aft surrounded by huge sunpads and there is a lounge area and a sit up bar. Through sliding glass doors is a cosy day lounge should the weather turn and just forward from that are steam and massage rooms. There is a sun lounge and a shaded al fresco dining for 12 guests on the upper deck aft and another large sun lounge on the main deck aft. Steps lead down to the garage where the 8m (26.2ft) Benetti custom limo tender, 6m (19.7ft) Novurania launch and huge toy selection are stowed and the transom folds down to provide a large swim platform.
Walking inside from the main deck aft, there is a sit up bar to port, C-shaped seating facing a large TV to starboard and then a formal dining area lit by a showpiece crystal light feature.
The yacht sleeps 12 guests in six cabins. The upper deck owner's suite enjoys 180-degree views forward from the panoramic windows that overlook the private owner’s foredeck terrace, which also features a lounge and owner’s jacuzzi. A nursey room adjoins the owner's suite. The full beam main deck VIP suite has huge picture windows either side, a large walk in wardrobe, bathroom with bath and shower as well as a private office. The lower deck has two double cabins and two convertible cabins, completing versatile family friendly accommodation.
Twin 1,800hp Caterpillar diesel engines give her a top speed of 16.5 knots, a cruising speed of 14 knots and a 4,750nm range at 12 knots. Zero speed stabilisers ensure comfort at anchor on arrival.