The 31.7-metre motor yacht Espiritu Santo has been sold after more than one year of being listed on the market. The deal was negotiated in-house at Fraser with David Legrand representing the seller and Eugenio Cannarsa and Peter Redford introducing the buyer.Photo: FraserEspiritu Santo was built in 2002 by Ocea to an exterior design penned by Joubert Nivelt Design, who also completed her naval architecture. The world-cruising yacht, which has completed multiple trans-pacific journeys, is constructed of aluminium.Photo: FraserThe 210 GT yacht accommodates as many as eight guests across her Flahault Design & Associes-designed interiors, which features four staterooms. Her generously-appointed owner’s cabin is situated on the main deck and is completed with a king-sized bed, a study area, and his-and-hers ensuite bathrooms.Photo: FraserPhoto: FraserPhoto: FraserPhoto: FraserEspiritu Santo has ample living space onboard, including a spacious main saloon, pilothouse, as well as an aft deck complete with an alfresco dining space. Her tenders are stored on the bridge deck, where an additional alfresco dining space is found.Photo: FraserPhoto: FraserPhoto: FraserPhoto: FraserPerformance-wise, Espiritu Santo has dual Baudouin engines, which propel her to a top speed of 13 knots and a cruising speed of 10 knots. She has a range of 4,500 nautical miles.Photo: FraserEspiritu Santo was sold with a last known asking price of €4,500,000.