The 24.89-metre sailing yacht Dreamcatcher KM has been sold in the United States. The deal was concluded by Tim Quinlan of Ocean Independence who represented the seller, and Keith Yeoman of Yeoman Yachts who introduced the buyer. Dreamcatcher KM was built in 2005 by Nautor’s Swan and features naval architecture and exterior design from the boards of German Frers. Her interior was penned by Nauta Yachts. The sloop rigged yacht can sleep up-to eight guests across her four staterooms, including one master suite, one double and two twins. She is operated by a crew of two. The yacht has been well maintained and below deck is finished in solid teak and soft brown leather. Her main saloon has U-shaped seating and dining space while externally her generous decks offer plenty of space for manoeuvring while under sail as does her spacious cockpit with al fresco dining.Dreamcatcher KM is equipped with a carbon mast and boom, and is powered by a single Crossley diesel engine giving her a top speed of 10.5 knots and a cruising speed of 9 knots. She has a range of 1,600 nautical miles at 8 knots.