The 29.9-metre MCP motor yacht Berada has been sold. The deal was finalised by Michael Geraghty of Northrop & Johnson who introduced the buyer.Built in 2007, she features a Brazilian influence throughout her family friendly interior styling whilst her naval and exterior architecture was penned by her builder, MCP. Her 6.7-metre beam gives her a spacious interior, with an elegant and welcoming ambience from her satin-finished maple wood and light coloured fabrics. Her main saloon flows directly to the main deck aft via sliding doors to create a large space for entertaining.
Berada can accommodate up-to 10 guests across four staterooms, including one private master. Each stateroom comes equipped with a lounge area and large en suite bathroom. Standout exterior features on Berada include an al fresco dining space and a large cockpit for fishing and other water activities. Her flybridge is a large space for socialising, featuring a Jacuzzi, seating area and a wet bar with grill.
She was sold with a last known asking price of $2,594,000.