The 39.6-metre Maiora superyacht M has been sold and renamed Mamma Mia after under a year on the market. The deal was concluded in France with Tom Barnes of Bluewater Yachting representing the seller.Photo: Bluewater YachtingThe superyacht Mamma Mia was built by Maiora in 2007 and has more recently undergone a refit from 2018 to 2019. She completed her 10-year Class Survey in 2018. Mamma Mia features both naval architecture and exterior design from her builder, Maoira, whilst her interior comes from the drawing boards of Austrian design studio, Micheller Land & Sea Designs.Photo: Bluewater YachtingMamma Mia can accommodate as many as 14 guests across five staterooms, consisting of a master, two VIP and two twin staterooms with an additional two pullman berths.Photo: Bluewater YachtingPhoto: Bluewater YachtingPhoto: Bluewater YachtingMamma Mia’s decks are home to two al fresco dining areas, situated on her aft deck and sundeck, respectively. Her sundeck is also home to a bar, a seating area and sun beds aft.Photo: Bluewater YachtingPhoto: Bluewater YachtingThe superyacht sports twin MTU diesel engines, which allow her to reach a top speed of 28 knots and a cruising speed of 21 knots.Photo: Bluewater YachtingMamma Mia was sold with a last known asking price of €4,950,000.