The 48-metre superyacht Polaris I has been sold and renamed Parillion. The sale was concluded in-house at Edmiston Yachts, with Hans van Doornmalen representing the seller and Simon Goldsworthy introducing the buyer. Parillion will be available for charter through Edmiston, this summer.The superyacht Parillion was built in 2014 by Rossinavi as the second unit in its Prince Shark 49 line of motor yachts. She features naval architecture from Arrabito Naval Architects and both an interior and exterior design by Enrico Gobbi of Team 4 Design. The superyacht has been regularly maintained and was refitted most recently in 2019.The superyacht’s interior has been finished in neutral tones, accentuated by the ample light provided by her expansive windows. Her main saloon features a spacious seating area, which is adjacent to a formal dining space.Parillion’s deck spaces include an aft deck which is complete with an al fresco dining space and seating area. At the superyacht’s transom is a wide beach platform, which features a fold out staircase for water access. Her sundeck, which is partially covered, provides guests with ocean views and features a seating area and a water feature. A Jacuzzi and sun loungers are also found at her sun deck.Parillion sports two MTU 12V 4000 M93L diesel engines and can reach a top speed of 24 knots with a cruising speed of 15 knots. Parillion can accommodate up-to 12 guests across six staterooms. She is operated by a crew of 11.Parillion was sold with a last known asking price of €21,000,000.