Le Caprice IV was delivered in 2011 for an experienced four-time Pershing owner. She features an exterior design by Fulvio de Simoni and naval architecture by Pershing, who built her as MCA compliant. Inside, the layout of the 178 GT yacht is open plan and features large windows the interior decor is contemporary with accents of Fendi leather. The main saloon is one of her more notable features, particularly with its retractable aft door.
Guests can also enjoy the open flybridge and it’s seating and alfresco dining areas with wet bar. Large sunpads and an additional dining area can be found on both the aft deck and the foredeck – where her Jetskis are also stored.
Below deck, Le Caprice IV can accommodate six guests in three staterooms, including a full-beam master stateroom, a double VIP in the bow and a guest stateroom with twin beds. Also on the lower deck is a TV room that is able to be converted into a fourth stateroom and nearby is the garage which houses the yacht’s tender.
Equipped with three MTU 16V2000 M94 2,639hp diesel engines Le Caprice IV has a top speed of over 40 knots and a cruising speed 34 knots. At the time of sale, she had a last asking price of $5,999,999.