The 31.35-metre yacht Sealion has been sold. Jeroen van der Vliet of Van der Vliet Quality Yachts headed the negotiations on behalf of the seller. Sealion was built in 1992 by Hakvoort Shipyard in the Netherlands as part of its Beeldsnijder 3135 series. Pieter Beeldsnijder Design took the reins on the design of the yacht, having completed her interior, exterior and naval architecture. From 2020 through to 2021, the steel and aluminium motor yacht underwent a refit.
The gentleman’s style yacht has a canoe-shaped stern and plenty of exterior deck space for relaxing as well as storage for a tender. Her main deck aft is home to an alfresco dining table and her sun deck has ample space for sunbathing on her spacious sunpads.
Sealion accommodates as many as eight guests across four staterooms, comprising a master, a VIP and two guest cabins. She is operated by a crew of six.
The 208 GT yacht is equipped with twin Gardner 6LYTI diesel engines, which propel her to a cruising speed of 11 knots and a top speed of 12.5 knots.
Sealion was asking €3,375,000 at the time of her sale.