The 38.9-metre Fitzroy sailing yacht Mia Cara, ex: Ganesha I, has been sold after less than one year on the market. The deal was concluded by Bill Titus of Northrop and Johnson who represented the seller, and Cecil Wright & Partner who introduced the buyer. Mia Cara is a fast cruising sloop and was built in 2006 by Fitzroy. She features naval and exterior architecture by Dubois Naval Architects, and interior design by RWD. She is designed for both world cruising and day sailing, and combines features for speed yet safety.She features unique glass sliding doors inviting guests into her spacious saloon, with a formal dining table that is surrounded by nearly 360-degree panoramic views. Forward is a navigation station that can be transformed into a buffet. Mia Cara’s upper saloon is equipped with a bar whilst the lower section features lounge seating. Mia Cara can sleep up-to eight guests across four staterooms, including one master with a king-sized bed and lounge space, one VIP, one double and one twin. All staterooms are complete with an en suite bathroom. Mia Cara hosts a crew of six.Her deck spaces are designed for performance as well as comfort. The sailing yacht's built-in deck saloon is perfect for lounging or dining and her drop-down swim platform provides easy access into the water.Mia Cara was sold with a last known asking price of $6,750,000.