49.9m Queen Aida For Sale With SuperyachtsMonaco

By George Bains

The 49.9m Benetti superyacht Queen Aida is available for sale through SuperyachtsMonaco for an asking price of €11,000,000.

Designed by the ‘Godfather of Modern Yacht Design’ Jon Bannenberg, was delivered in 2002 by renowned Italian shipyard Benetti Yachts. The superyacht features a unique exterior profile and interior layout that make her an ideal choice for owners looking for a fresh perspective and eye-catching lines with incomparable comfort.

Queen Aida has five luxurious cabins to accommodate up to 11 guests, consisting of 3 spacious doubles, a twin and a full beam master suite. Aft of the guest cabins on the main deck is the cinema room and salon which can also be used as a dining or meeting room.

The superyacht is well endowed with social areas to entertain guests, including an extensive beach club on the aft platform and the cinema room on the main deck. The sky lounge on the bridge deck offers a hub for gathering, complete with a bar while there is also dining and lounge spaces on the bridge deck aft. The large sundeck is superbly appointed with a Jacuzzi, lounge and dining area as well as plenty of sunbathing areas.

Julia Simpson, Communications Manager and Broker at SuperyachtsMonaco, says: “Queen Aida is an exceptional yacht from the pen of award-winning designer Job Bannenberg. Built by the Italian shipyard Benetti in 2002, Queen Aida is a superb family yacht with all guest accommodation on the main deck and a spacious sundeck with jacuzzi.”

Queen Aida is certainly one of the most exciting prospects on the brokerage market, with an array of opulent amenities and a design perfected by some of the superyacht industry’s leading brands.

"Queen Aida is an exceptional yacht from the pen of award-winning designer Job Bannenberg"

Julia Simpson, Communications Manager and Broker at SuperyachtsMonaco

"Queen Aida is an exceptional yacht from the pen of award-winning designer Job Bannenberg"

Julia Simpson, Communications Manager and Broker at SuperyachtsMonaco
By George Bains
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