Ariete Primo was built in 1967 and christened with the same name as she bears now (see picture). Mr Franco Ponti discovered her in 2004 and decided to rebuild her totally.
Naval architect Gregori Grgic and interior architect Sergio Allori created a unique balance between luxury features and the classic character of the vessel. The original engine is still on board. So is the “Panama Eye”, an oval window used by a crewmember assisting the captain with navigating through the Panama Canal.
Arieto Primo offers all the charm and originality of its background as a tugboat that has travelled the oceans of the world. Transformed into an elegant yacht for exclusive cruises, Ariete Primo has preserved the elegance of Old England. precious woodwork and furnishings create a warm, cosy interior where nothing is left up to chance: every details is carefully designed to offer the pleasure of total relaxation and make guests feel perfectly at home.
The yacht offers a mosaic tiled spa offering chromotherapy and aromatherapy, a gym, a hammam and a whhirlpool bath to pamper both body and mind. All with the utmost safety, dependability, and all the most elegant comforts for a truly exclusive charter.
Full communication package
Main Saloon: home cinema, Master Cabin: flat screen TV/DVD-CD, Guest Cabins: flat screen TV/DVD-CD, Satellite TV receivers, SPA Center: Hamman, hydro massage, cromo-theraphy, aromatheraphy
1 x 6.90m Marlin, 1 x 2 man Yamaha waverunner (brand new), 1 x stand up Yamaha jetski, Snorkeling equipment, Fishing gear, 1 x Windsurf, Water skis, inflatable towable
Riviera, Corsica, Sardinia, Italian Coast, Western Mediterranean
€110,000 per week