34m Custom Line motor yacht Tacos Of The Seas sold

Written by Rebecca Smurthwaite

The 34.13-metre Custom Line motor yacht Tacos Of The Seas, soon to be renamed by her new owner Champagne Of The Seas, has been sold by Michel Chryssicopoulos of IYC. Her buyer was introduced by Yannis Zagorakis from Hargrave Custom Yachts. Tacos of the Seas charterPhoto: Maarten Janssen / SuperYacht TimesBuilt in 2003, and having undergone an extensive refit in 2018, Tacoย Of The Seasย is in turnkey condition for her new owner. She had a last known asking price of โ‚ฌ2,850,000 and was on the market for just under one year. Featuring naval architecture by CRN, her interior and exterior were designed by Zuccon International Project.Tacos of the SeasPhoto: Stuart PearceAble to welcome up-to 12 guests over five spacious en-suite staterooms, all cabins showcase timeless decor and the fifth stateroom can be converted into a children's cabin or wellness space with a massage table. Besides the 12 guests, seven crew members can also be accommodated on board.Tacos Of The Seas yacht by Feretti Photo: IYCTacos Of The Seas yacht by Ferretti Photo: IYCGenerous indoor communal spaces include a main salon with U-shaped seating, a ten-person dining table, and a bar. Standout features on deck include a sundeck with an al fresco dining table, bar, sun beds and sun loungers. A bimini top provides shade in the heat of the day. She also boasts an appealing lineup of toys and tenders and a large swimming platform.Tacos Of The Seas yacht by Ferretti Photo: IYCFrom a technical standpoint, she is powered by twin MTU 12V 2000 M91 diesel engines and can reach top speeds of 25 knots, and cruising speeds of 20 knots.



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