The 26-metre Moonen superyacht La Dolce Vita has been sold, with Rytis Babravicius from Ocean Independence representing the seller and Derk Jan Rolff from Northrop & Johnson representing the buyer in the sale. Photo: Ocean IndependenceBuilt in 1999 by Dutch shipyard Moonen Yachts, La Dolce Vita features exterior design and naval architecture from the Dutch studio Mulder Design.
On board, she houses up to six guests across three staterooms, with a crew of two also accommodated for on board in one cabin. Powered by twin 680 HP Diesel engines, the 26-metre motor yacht can achieve a top speed of 13 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.
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