The 36.5-metre Sanlorenzo superyacht Haiia has been sold after almost one year on the market. The deal was concluded with Ed Dickinson of Northrop and Johnson who represented the buyer and Mike Newton-Woof of Ventura Yachts alongside Pierre de Cancellis of Olympic Marine who acted on behalf of the seller.Photo: Ventura YachtsHaiia was delivered in 2015 and is one of more than 10 units built of the Sanlorenzo SL118 series. Designed by Francesco Paszkowski in and out, Haiia underwent a refit from 2019 through 2020.Photo: Ventura YachtsHer interior can be characterised as aesthetically modern, but has been designed to also be comfortable and practical. The use of a clean colour palette lends Haiia a light and airy feeling throughout. She accommodates up to 10 guests across five en suite staterooms, including an owner’s suite complete with it’s own office.Photo: Ventura YachtsPhoto: Ventura YachtsPhoto: Ventura YachtsPhoto: Ventura YachtsThe 269 GT motor yacht for sale features ample lounge space both indoors and outdoors. Her main saloon features a traditional layout with a seating area and formal dining area. Outside, seating areas are found fore and aft of the main deck.Photo: Ventura YachtsPhoto: Ventura YachtsOne of Haiia’s standout features is her spacious sun deck, which is home to both al fresco seating and dining areas, a moveable awning and a large Jacuzzi.Photo: Ventura YachtsPhoto: Ventura YachtsPerformance-wise, Haiia is powered by twin MTU 16V 2000 M94 diesel engines which allow her to reach a top speed of 28 knots and a cruising speed of 24 knots.Photo: Ventura YachtsHaiia was sold with a last known asking price of €9,500,000.