The 50-metre Perini Navi sailing yacht Phryne has been sold, thanks to Ocean Independence brokers Barbara Müller and Marc Händle who represented the buyer and co-central agent Dirk Johnson of Perini Navi USA. Built in 1999 to a design created entirely by Perini Navi, the modern ketch will be delivered to her second owner as a result of the sale.Up to 12 guests can be accommodated for on board in either the full-beam master suite, double or two twin staterooms which both feature Pullmans. Guests can also enjoy the main-deck dining room and main saloon with seating area and games room, the interiors of which follows the sailing yacht's traditional design featuring polished mahogany panelling, bevelled glass doors and parquet inlaid flooring. On deck, Phryne has space for two 5-metre tenders and outdoor seating and al fresco dining area to seat up to eight.Photo: Ocean IndependenceHer sophisticated sail management system requires just one helmsman to operate the entire system from the wheelhouse or flybridge. Twin Deutz AG TBD 616 V12 engines can power the superyacht to a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots to a range of 3,100 nautical miles.Photo: Ocean IndependenceAt the time of sale, Phryne had an asking price of €7,900,000.
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