The 31.7-metre motor yacht Rebessa has been sold and renamed Emy. The deal was concluded by Altinel Shipyards Yacht Brokerage who introduced the buyer, and breezeYachting.swiss who represented the seller. Emy was built by the Italian shipyard Sanlorenzo in 2011, and features interior and exterior design by Francesco Paszkowski, and naval architecture from her builder. The yacht has been meticulously maintained and is in turnkey condition for her new owner. The yacht is part of the Sanlorenzo SL104 series of yachts and can sleep up-to eight guests across four staterooms. The master suite is located on the main deck, with considerable space and storage, and an overhead window which provides views over the bow and plenty of natural light. There is also a vanity table as well as a generous en suite bathroom with marble tops and wooden panelling. Her three additional staterooms are situated on her lower deck and are all complete with spacious en suite bathrooms. Emy’s main saloon is finished with olive wooden flooring, neutral tones and comfortable furnishings, and her dining room is found amidships. She has a large aft deck with new freestanding furniture from Italian designer Minotti. Her spacious flybridge has al fresco dining and a bar, as well as a lounge and sunbathing area to her stern. At her transom, there is also a large garage with storage for both a Jet Ski and tender.Performance-wise, Emy is powered by twin MTU 16V 2000 M93 diesel engines and can reach top speeds of 29 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots.