If you’re looking for a 127′ luxury tri-deck yacht with low hours and the features of a considerably larger superyacht, M/Y NO BADA BEES is one of the most interesting propositions on the current market of luxury yachts for sale.

Launched in 2010 as the first of the Primadonna Series by the Chinese luxury yacht builder IAG, the 38.7m M/Y NO BADA BEES is built from GRP to exacting MCA and RINA standards, and features a beautiful interior by the Italian YD&AS design studio.

Where she really stands out from the crowd is in her fantastic guest accommodations, featuring six palatial staterooms for up to 12 guests. Whereas many yachts in this size range would offer perhaps four staterooms on the lower deck, NO BADA BEES not only has four staterooms on her lower deck, but also a luxurious full-beam master stateroom on the main deck, as well as a airy VIP on the upper deck.

The king-sized master stateroom is a testament to elegant design, featuring a sophisticated décor of wenge wood, oak, leather and glass, as well as a walk-in closet, lounge area, and a spacious ensuite with both bath and shower.

The upper deck VIP is also king sized with ensuite and affords stunning views over the water below. On the lower deck, the four staterooms comprise of two kings and two twins, all generously proportioned and with ensuite. This brilliant cabin layout will prove attractive to both private groups and charterers.

The generous spaces continue throughout the yacht, with a salon and formal dining room for 10 on the main deck, and a stylish but decadently comfortable sky lounge featuring a bar, soft lounges, large screen TV, and games table.

A lot of time will be spent on the sundeck, where a Jacuzzi takes center stage, surrounded by sunpads, a bar, and a barbecue where the chef can grill up the day’s catch. There’s also a dining table up here for al fresco meals and evening cocktail and canapé parties under the stars.

NO BADA BEES offers additional entertaining spaces on the lower two decks, with a stylish lounge area on the upper deck and an aft deck banquette of couches and tables curving around the stern. Down on the waterline there’s a garage and swim platform for launching off on the two new jetskis.

The yacht has accommodation for six crew in the forward quarters, with an additional double captain’s cabin located on the upper deck by the large pilothouse, bringing the crew total to 7— or potentially 8 if running with a captain and partner team.

M/Y NO BADA BEES has a cruising speed of 15 knots from her Caterpillar engines, has very low hours, and is MCA compliant. Making her even more attractive is her shallow draft, making her a great yacht to cruise the Bahamas, or for getting in close to secluded beaches where deep-keeled yachts can’t hope to follow!

M/Y NO BADA BEES is a unique yacht with some hugely attractive features and stunning interior design. Currently lying in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, M/Y NO BADA BEES is listed for sale through Worth Avenue Yachts with an asking price of $8,995,000 USD