Photo: SuperYacht TimesLaunched in 2009 as part of Sunseeker’s successful 37M range of superyachts, the British-built superyacht Moliver started life as Nina and later changed hands in 2014 to be renamed Aqua Libra before taking on her current name. The range was designed by Sunseeker who worked with Don Shead on the development of the project’s naval architecture. Inside, she accommodates up to 10 guests in a chic interior that is often enjoyed by her guests in the South of France, where Moliver is based. Here she is seen off the island of Île Sainte-Marguerite outside Cannes.
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