72m Tankoa superyacht Solo has been sold

Written by Francesca Webster

The 72-metre Tankoa Yachts superyacht Solo has been sold. The award-winning superyacht, which was launched in Genoa in 2018, is the flagship vessel of Tankoa’s motor yacht line, following the construction of their inaugural superyacht, the 69-metre Suerte, which was launched in 2015. Solo yacht in St BarthsPhoto: Phillip SilversteinSolo was sold by Kevin Bonnie of IYC, and Michael Payne, Ed Dickinson and Kevin Merrigan of Northrop and Johnson representing the seller, while Edmiston represented the buyer. She had a last known asking price of €62,900,000.00. Solo yacht poolPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonSolo yacht deckSolo, which features interior design from Francesco Paszkowski, in collaboration with Margherita Casprini, was designed specifically to target the charter market, with six large guest cabins accommodating up-to 12 guests, alongside a crew of 19. The master stateroom is an expansive apartment with a private deck with Jacuzzi and lounge, a private media lounge and study. Solo yacht saloonSolo yacht stateroomMultiple saloons can be found within her guest areas, spread between her decks, with a comfortable lounge and multimedia centre situated on her upper deck. Her exterior design, which was penned by Francesco Paszkowski, features a large sundeck and beach club to the aft, that doubles as a water sports centre with a large selection of toys, including two Dariel 7.5-metre tenders, three SeaBobs, three Waverunners and two Jet Skis.Solo yacht barPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonSolo was designed as a eco-friendly and efficient vessel, and her propulsion package means that at a speed of 10 knots, she only burns 195 litres of fuel per hour with one generator running, giving her a range of 9,000 nm – enough to get from Monte Carlo to Cape Town without stopping.Solo yacht cruisingPhoto: Northrop & Johnson

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