Perini Navi’s 46m sailing yacht Piropo IV sold and renamed Tamarita

Written by Alexander Griffiths

Perini Navi’s 46-metre sailing yacht Piropo IV is a signed and sealed deal. After taking her off the market, her new owner has renamed her Tamarita. Tamarita yacht cruising

The deal was concluded with Alessandro Vetuschi from Levante Mare representing the seller, while Yannis Zagorakis from Hargrave Custom Yachts and Zachos Afroudakis from Afroudakis Yachting both acted on behalf of the buyer.Tamarita yacht Tamarita yacht main deck Tamarita was launched in 1991 to a design penned in full by her builder, Perini Navi. With 302 GT of interior volume, she can comfortably accommodate up to eight guests, who’ll reside in one of her three staterooms. She has an additional full-beam master suite for the exclusive use of her owner.Tamarita yacht main saloon Perini Navi dressed her in cherry mahogany throughout, and furnished her main saloon with a collection of rose colour settees and multiple dining tables – giving the space an elegant and formal feel. Tamarita has plenty of deck space too, allowing all eight guests to unwind together in numerous spots. Her main deck is covered, so regardless of the weather, guests can still enjoy the sea breeze. Tamarita yacht main saloon Tamarita yacht stateroomTamarita sports twin MTU engines that allow her to cruise at 14 knots, even when her sail is furled. She was sold with a last known asking price of €5,355,000, after being on the market for 1412 days.
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