The 39.6-metre yacht Bunker has been sold as part of an in-house deal thanks to Joan Plana Palao, CEO of World Yacht Group, representing both the buyer and seller. Built by the Italian shipyard CRN and delivered to her original owner in 2005, Bunker underwent an extensive seven-month refit during 2017. Now boasting all new interiors from luxury designers such as Cavalli as well as new exterior furniture, teak decks, toys, paint job and mechanical upgrades, Bunker is ready to accommodate charter guests in the West Mediterranean after having been only used as a private yacht.Photo: World Yacht GroupZuccon International Project designed the superyacht’s original exteriors and interiors to accommodate up to 10 guests across a master, two double and two twin staterooms. Powered by twin MTU 12V 4000 M90 engines Bunker can reach a top speed of 24 knots and keep guests comfortable thanks to her crew of eight and zero-speed stabilisers.Photo: World Yacht GroupAt the time of sale, Bunker had an asking price of €5,490,000.
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