The 48.51-metre Botje Ensing & Co motor yacht Menorca has been sold. The sale was conducted in-house with Jonathan Barbe of Edmiston representing both the buyer and seller.Originally built in 1961, this classic superyacht underwent a full rebuild in 2004 and an extensive refit in 2020 leaving her in turnkey condition for her new owner. Her naval architecture and exterior design are by her builder, Botje Ensing & Co, and her interior is styled by Apostolos Molindris & Associates, an environmentally conscious luxury hotel and residence group. The new features following her refit include new styling to the deck areas, bright furnishings inside and oversized windows to allow for plenty of natural light.Menorca has a star-studded past, having hosted many royal guests and celebrities. She can accommodate up-to 14 guests across seven staterooms, including a full beam master suite. Her interiors are elegant yet comfortable, and feature a spacious main saloon, spiral staircase and a grand piano. Her upper deck houses an interior dining space for her 14 guests, there is an al fresco dining area to aft. Menorca’s exterior standout features include a Jacuzzi, open-air cinema, and sunbathing space on her sun duck to lounge during the day or gaze at the stars by night. From a technical standpoint, she is powered by twin MAN 1021 horsepower diesel engines, allowing her to reach top speeds of 14 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots, with a 2750 nautical mile range. Menorca had a last known asking price of €4,500,000.