The 30.7-metre superyacht Pokrov II has been sold, with Jelena Vezia from Ocean Independence representing the buyer and Richard Higgins at Camper & Nicholsons representing the seller in the deal.Photo: Ocean Independence
The 30.7-metre all-aluminium superyacht was built by the Dutch yard Heesen Yachts to ABS Class in 2000 and features naval architecture, interior and exterior design by the shipyard.
Powered by twin Diesel 1800 hp engines, she can reach a top speed of 26 knots and a cruising speed of 22 knots. On board, eight guests and four crewmembers are accommodated in style and comfort.
With the sale being completed last Thursday on the same day as the sales of the superyachts This is Us and Carpe Diem II, this represents the completion of three yacht sales in one day for Ocean Independence: a rare occurrence in the industry.
Nick Dean, Managing Partner of Ocean Independence says “We are proud and delighted to have completed 3 sales in just one day. This is an extraordinary achievement for Ocean Independence and is a testament to the tenacity of our outstanding team, who collectively continue to take the business from strength to strength.”
At the time of sale, Pokrov II was listed at an asking price of €2,100,000.
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