The 35.15-metre motor yacht Samba has been sold in France. The deal was concluded by David Westwood of TWW Yachts who represented the seller and Joe Hill of Princess Motor Yacht Sales, who introduced the buyer.Photo: Julien Hubert / TWW Yacht SalesBuilt in 2019 by Princess Yachts, she features in-house design by her builder in collaboration with Bernard Olesinski, and has a GRP hull and superstructure. Samba comes with very low engine hours and therefore is in turnkey condition for her new owner.Photo: Julien Hubert / TWW Yacht SalesSamba features a distinctive shark-grey hull, and can accommodate up-to 12 guests across five staterooms, including a master suite, two VIP and two twin staterooms. Her interiors are finished with a classic walnut wood satin finish.Photo: Julien Hubert / TWW Yacht SalesPhoto: Julien Hubert / TWW Yacht SalesStandout features on board include a side folding balcony with sliding doors for an indoor-outdoor feel, three bars, ample seating on her sun deck alongside sun lounging beds, and an al fresco dining area aft. She also has an additional sunbathing area to her bow.Photo: Julien Hubert / TWW Yacht SalesPhoto: Julien Hubert / TWW Yacht SalesPhoto: Julien Hubert / Princess YachtsPerformance-wise, Samba is powered by twin MTU 16V M94 2640 diesel engines, giving her a top speed of 23 knots and a cruising speed of 21 knots.
Photo: Julien Hubert / TWW Yacht SalesShe was sold with a last known asking price of €11,900,000.