The 47-metre superyacht Abbracci (ex: Silver Lining) has been sold, IYC has recently announced, with IYC brokers Barbara Stork Landeweer and Michael Rafferty representing the buyer in conjunction with Jim McConville at Allied Marine.
This semi-displacement superyacht was built by the US yard Christensen in 1997. Abbracci underwent an extensive 16-month refit in 2012. She features a modern, light and airy interior by the American design studio Glade Johnson, with an exterior design from Donald Starkey Designs in collaboration with Glade Johnson.
On board, the 47-metre superyacht accommodates up to 11 guests across five cabins, comprising one master cabin, and two queen cabins located forward, and two located aft on the lower deck. Aft of the owner’s cabin is a bonus cabin with an oversized berth on the main deck. A crew of 10 is also accommodated for on board.
Powered by twin TBD 604B V12 diesel engines, Abbracci has a top speed of 19 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots, with a range of 4,000 nautical miles at cruising speed.
The most recent known asking price for Abbracci was $12,950,000.
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