The 46.3-metre superyacht Lucky Me has been sold in Italy after less than half a year on the market. The deal was concluded by Juan Andrade of SuperYachtsMonaco who introduced the buyer.Lucky Me was launched in 2016 by Italian shipyard Baglietto and was more recently refitted in 2020, leaving her in turnkey condition for her new owner. She features naval architecture by her builder while her interior and exterior is penned by Francesco Paszkowski. With a lead grey hull and black accents accentuating her sleek exterior lines, Lucky Me has a smooth profile with large, uncluttered deck spaces for entertaining as well as generous interiors. Her interiors are minimalist with layers of lacquered surfaces and darker matte woods creating a warm environment. Guests can enter into her main saloon and find comfortable lounge seating, as well as a formal dining area. A more intimate guest saloon is located on her upper deck behind the wheelhouse.On her main deck forward is her master suite which is complete with a private study and an en suite bathroom. The full-beam master stateroom is a functional space and features clever lighting to add to the suite’s cosy atmosphere. The lower deck is home to her four additional guest staterooms, consisting of two VIPs and two twins.Lucky Me has expansive decks with multi-purpose socialising spaces. She features various al fresco dining areas, lounge seating and sunbathing spots.Her twin MTU 16V 4000 M93L diesel engines give her a top speed of 28 knots. She was sold with a last known asking price of €17,500,000.