The 31.50-metre Falcon motor yacht Luisa May has sold after two years on the market. She was sold through Marco Fiorani and Florent Moranzoni of Idea Yachting representing the seller, and Ingrid Garrault of Exocet Marine and Petko Bachiyski from BG Yachting, representing the buyer.Photo: Breeze YachtingBuilt in 2007 by Viareggio-based shipyard, Falcon Yachts, Luisa May underwent an extensive refit in 2017 where she gained numerous system upgrades. She features sophisticated naval, exterior and interior architecture in-house by her builder, with classic lines and contemporary styling.Photo: Swiss YachtingPhoto: Swiss YachtingPreviously a popular charter vessel, Luisa May can accommodate up-to 10 guests across five staterooms, including a master stateroom with an en suite bathroom and rainfall shower, two double staterooms and two twins. Her guests are taken care of by a crew of five. Photo: Breeze YachtingLuisa May features an expansive main saloon, a dining area seating up-to eight guests, and a sunbathing area to the aft of the flybridge with further dining.Photo: Breeze YachtingFrom a technical standpoint, Luisa May is powered by twin MTU 16V 2000 M91 diesel engines and can reach top speeds of 25 knots, and a cruising speed of 20 knots with a range of 1,000 nautical miles at 10 knots.