The 40.1-metre superyacht Katia, renamed Mrs D, has been sold in Monaco. The deal was concluded by David Legrand of Fraser Yachts who represented the seller, and Axel Douqué of Superyacht Partners who introduced the buyer.Katia was built in 2015 by Columbus Yachts as an all-aluminium vessel and recently underwent a refit at the end of 2020 leaving her in turnkey condition for a new owner. She features naval architecture and exterior design from Hydro Tec and interior styling by Hot Lab. Photo: Eric RossellPhoto: Eric RossellShe is able to accommodate up-to 10 guests across her five en suite staterooms, making her perfect for families or entertaining guests. The 395 GT motor yacht comes with a full-beam owners suite on the main deck complete with its own study. Her remaining guest staterooms are located on her lower deck and consist of two doubles and two twins.Photo: Eric RossellPhoto: Eric Rossell Photo: Eric RossellKatia’s interior is modern and contemporary with neutral tones and surfaces. Her open-plan saloon offers comfortable lounge seating and dining for 10 guests. Her skylounge has further lounge seating. Photo: Eric RossellExternally, she is equipped with various seating and sunbathing options including al fresco dining on her upper deck alongside sunbathing loungers and further lounge seating on her main deck. Her bridge deck is complete with a partially-transparent Jacuzzi with excellent views, and comfortable seating around it. She has a large foldout beach club to her stern for guests to access the water.Photo: Eric RossellPhoto: Thierry AmellerPhoto: Thierry AmellerPerformance-wise, Katia is powered by twin MTU 12V 2000 M94 diesel engines giving her a top speed of 22 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.Photo: Tom van Oossanen / SuperYacht TimesShe was sold with a last known asking price of €10,900,000.