40m classic motor yacht Arionas has been sold

Written by Francesca Webster

The classic 39.7-metre Clelands Shipbuilding Company motor yacht Arionas has been sold. Launched in 1967, Arionas was fully refitted in Greece in 2011, bringing her up to contemporary standards. Her sale was brokered by Ed Dickinson of Northrop & Johnson on behalf of the buyer.Arionas yacht cruisingPhoto: Ocean IndependenceThough her 2011 refit raised her mechanical elements to a modern standard, her interior and exterior spaces have retained many of their original elements.Arionas yacht foredeckPhoto: Ocean IndependenceHer exterior was penned by her builders, Clelands Shipbuilding Company, while her interior comes from the boards of Bannenberg & Rowell, with Studio Vafiadis upgrading her furnishings in 2011.Arionas yacht sun deck diningPhoto: Ocean Independence Arionas yacht foredeckPhoto: Ocean IndependenceArionas accommodates as many as 10 guests between her five staterooms, including a masters suite, two double staterooms and two twin staterooms. Her saloon has large windows and two spacious sofas for lounging, with a full entertainment setup with a flat screen TV. To the fore is a large dining space with seating for as many as 10 guests.Arionas yachtPhoto: Ocean IndependenceArionas yachtPhoto: Ocean IndependenceIn addition, she has a spacious bridge deck with tender storage, and a crane to launch the boat. There are also a number of sun loungers in this location.Arionas yacht sun deckPhoto: Ocean IndependenceThe motor yacht Arionas has a generous 7.5-metre beam, and a 10-foot draft, and her hull is made from steel. She is powered by twin Rolls-Royce 370hp engines, powering her with maximum speeds of 12 knots and cruising at 10 knots. She is looked after by a crew of eight and had a last known asking price of โ‚ฌ3,900,000.Arionas yacht cruisingPhoto: Ocean Independence



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