Designed by Stefano Righini, Serenity was built by the Italian yard Overmarine to ABS class and delivered in 2011 as Hull No 6 of the yard’s Mangusta 165 series.
Under her current ownership, they have invested in her maintenance with a full refit in 2017 which saw a mechanical overhaul, major upgrades to the AV systems and a refresh to the fully custom interior. In 2020, the yacht has undergone a further refit with new exterior paint, new windows, and further interior upgrades.
Up to 13 guests can be accommodated in five cabins consisting of a full-beam master suite, a spacious VIP suite, a double cabin, a twin cabin with a Pullman berth and a triple cabin with a Pullman berth. All cabins have full entertainment and en suite bathroom facilities. There are also quarters for nine crew in five cabins.
The exterior spaces of Serenity are truly impressive. The vast aft deck spaces provide alfresco dining and space for relaxing; an expansive sundeck offers further dining and sunbathing areas with a large foredeck area providing a private area for guests to relax.
Triple 4,613hp MTU engines linked to KaMeWa water jets give her a top speed of 40 knots.