40m yacht Veni Vidi Vici sold

Written by Kayla Dowling

The 39.62-metre yacht Veni Vidi Vici has been sold thanks to Ed Dickinson and David Seal of Northrop & Johnson.Veni Vidi Vici yacht cruisingPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonVeni Vidi Vici was built by Overmarine as a Mangusta 130 and was launched in 2006. She features naval architecture from the Overmarine Group and an exterior design by Stefano Righini Design. The interior of Veni Vidi Vici are the work of Maxine Tissenbaum, which have been refurbished during an extensive 2019 refit that also included a full paint job.Veni Vidi Vici yacht aerialPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonHer main saloon features a retractable roof, which opens to allow plenty of sunlight and fresh air.Veni Vidi Vici yacht interiorPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonVeni Vidi Vici yacht interiorPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonVeni Vidi Vici can accommodate as many as 12 guests across five staterooms, all of which are complete with an ensuite bathroom, including her full beam master suite.Veni Vidi Vici yacht stateroomPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonVeni Vidi Vici yacht stateroomPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonThe yachtโ€™s deck space includes a beach club to the aft, a sunbathing and dining area to the fore and an aft deck complete with an additional sunbathing area.Veni Vidi Vici yacht sun deckPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonPerformance-wise, Veni Vidi Vici sports twin MTU 16V 4000 M90 diesel engines, which allow her to reach a maximum speed of 32 knots and a cruising speed of 28 knots.Veni Vidi Vici yacht cruisingPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonShe was sold with a last known asking price of โ‚ฌ5,500,000.

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