The 36.4m superyacht Bartender, launched in 2011 by Turkish shipyard Tansu Yachts, has been sold. Derk Jan Rollf of Northrop & Johnson acted on behalf of the seller, with David Westwood of Worth Avenue Yachts having represented the buyer.
According to Derk Jan Rollf, the unique no-nonsense and almost navy-like design of the vessel played a big part in the sale of the yacht. In addition to this, an aggressive asking price of USD 7,800,000 along with supplying brokers with adequate and accurate information about the yacht also turned out to be crucial in the sale.
It was the yacht's beach house-styled atmosphere that first attracted the client, says Rollf. The yacht has been kept in immaculate condition by her crew, which was another selling point Bartender had up her sleeve. She features a beautiful, relaxed and very homely interior designed by Tansu Yachts to sleep 10 guests in absolute comfort.
The yacht is expected to remain in the Mediterranean.
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