The 40.15-metre motor yacht Serenity has been sold after one year on the market, with a last known asking price of $13,500,000. The deal was concluded in-house at Denison Yachting with Kurt Bosshardt acting on behalf of the seller and Aleks Taldykin representing the buyer.Serenity was launched in 2016 by IAG Yachts with naval architecture by Axis Group Yacht Design. Both her interior and exterior designs were penned by Evan K Marshall. An 8.1-metre beam facilitates a 363 GT interior volume, where as many as 10 guests are accommodated across five staterooms. A spacious owner’s suite is situated on her main deck, with the remaining guest cabins located on her lower deck. She can also host a crew of seven.She features ample exterior spaces across her three-deck layout, including fixed balconies fore and aft on two of her decks. Additionally, Serenity has an al fresco dining area on her main deck aft and a lounge area complete with a Jacuzzi on her fly bridge.Serenity sports twin Caterpillar C32 diesel engines and can cruise comfortably at 15 knots with a top speed of 18 knots.