The 24-metre motor yacht Solal listed for sale by IYC Monaco has been sold, with Léo Jordil from IYC representing the buyer and Bart Obin of Engel & Völkers Yachting representing the seller in the deal.Photo: Engel & Volkers Built in 2000 by Sanlorenzo, the 24-metre motor yacht underwent an extensive refit in 2016. She is designed and built in the style of the yard's SL82 model.
Her recent refit included a complete makeover of her interior. Light decor and gloss cherry wood are utilised throughout her four guest cabins, which can accommodate two in each room, and in the master suite. Her main saloon is large enough to seat guests comfortably from port to starboard and she has room for a formal dining set up in the forward area. In addition, Solal can host three crew.
On deck, Solal has padded seating on the forward main deck, wide walkways on which to access multiple seating areas. On her flybridge deck, there is even more seating, a large U-shaped sofa and room for a bar. Solal has tons of toys tucked away onboard, including a 4.2-metre tender, a wakeboard, a set of water skis, and snorkelling gear. With a large swimming platform and swim ladder, guests are sure to enjoy coastal warm waters with ease.
Built in GRP, Solal can reach cruising speeds of 18 knots and a maximum speed of 24 knots thanks to her twin 1400 HP CAT 3412E engines. Her range is 400 nautical miles and she is fully MCA certified.
Solal's asking price was €890,000.
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