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30.2m I-Sea sailing yacht sold

The 30.2-metre Southern Wind sailing yacht I-Sea has been sold. Sales broker Simon Turner from Northrop & Johnson represented the buyer during the transaction, while Tal Hollander from Aqua Marina Yachts in Israel handled the listing. I Sea at the Southern Wind Shipyard Trophy in 2012Launched by Southern Wind in 2009, I-Sea is a high-performance cruiser, hull # 09 from the SW100 mini-series designed by Farr Yacht Design and Nauta Design. Built to MCA standards, with RINA class certification, she features an exterior and interior design by Nauta Design. I-Sea’s deck salon configuration includes a protect guest cockpit and a spacious deck house salon, with coachroof windows that offer 270-degree views.I-Sea sailingPhoto: Southern Wind Her interior, which is modelled in a ‘typical’ Italian style, adheres to the classic SWS layout, with an extensive owner’s cabin forward, three guest cabins amidships, accommodating up to eight overnight guests. In order to ensure privacy, the crew quarters, which can house four members, and galley are located aft. I-Sea has been maintained to the highest standard by her single previous owner, who recently upgraded her rigging to Carbon EC6+, repainted her topside and installed a new set of cruising sails. 

She was listed with an asking price of  €3,900,000 at the time of her sale.

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