32m Gulf Craft yacht Save Your Tears has been sold

Written by Kayla Dowling

The 31.68-metre superyacht Save Your Tears has been sold after just two months on the market. Negotiations were concluded by Pierre Baudin of West Nautical who represented the seller and Jorge Moreno of Yacht Cancunwho introduced the buyer.Majesty 100 Svetlana runningPhoto: Gulf Cratf Inc.Save Your Tears was built by Gulf Craft in 2018 as part of its Majesty 100 series. Her interior and exterior design as well as her naval architecture were all completed in-house by her builder, Gulf Craft.

The tri-decked, 194 GT yacht accommodates as many as 12 guests across five staterooms, including a full-beam master suite situated on the main deck forward. Her remaining accommodation is located on the lower deck and comprises of two VIPs and two twins, each with a Pullman bed.Monaco Yacht Show 2018Photo: Julien Hubert / SuperYacht TimesSave Your Tears has ample living space onboard, in addition to her spacious main saloon, her skylounge which is home to a second saloon, which offers uninterrupted views, is one prime example. On deck, the sundeck spans almost her entire length and is home to a Jacuzzi, a bar, a barbeque, an alfresco dining table, and ample sunbed space.Svetlana in Monaco Photo: Aurélien Herman / SuperYacht TimesHer aft deck, also home to an alfresco dining area for up to 10 guests, has two hydraulic balconies which serve to expand her deck space.

The superyacht is equipped with twin MAN V12 engines which propel her to a top speed of 23 knots and a cruising speed of 17 knots. Save Your Tears has a full store of toys on board including SeaBobs, paddle boards, snorkeling equipment, and a Williams Sport Jet 345 tender.

Save Your Tears was sold with a last known asking price of €5,390,000.

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