29m Princess motor yacht Maestro finds new owners

Written by Rebecca Smurthwaite

The 29.4-metre motor yacht Maestro has been sold. The deal was concluded by Tim Quinlan of Ocean Independence who represented the seller, with Tom Richardson fromΒ Princess Brokerage International introducing the buyer.Maestro of Gibraltar yacht at anchorPhoto: Ocean IndependenceMaestro was built in 2009 by Princess and features naval architecture and exterior design by Olesinski, while her interior was styled by her builder. She can accommodate up-to eight guests across four staterooms, consisting of an aft master suite, two doubles and a twin. Maestro of Gibraltar yacht stateroomPhoto: Ocean IndependenceMaestro of Gibraltar yacht saloonPhoto: Ocean IndependenceHer seven-metre beam gives her a spacious interior volume, allowing for a generously sized main saloon and dining area, with large windows to offer plenty of natural light. Externally, she has large sunbathing loungers to her bow, while to aft she has an al fresco dining table and bar. Maestro also includes a Jacuzzi on her flybridge and additional al fresco dining.Maestro of Gibraltar yacht foredeckPhoto: Ocean IndependencePerformance-wise, Maestro is powered by twin MTU 16V 2000 M93 diesel engines, and can reach top speeds of 27 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots. Maestro of Gibraltar yacht cruisingPhoto: Ocean IndependenceShe was sold with a last known asking price of €1,950,000.

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