The 66-metre Oceanco motor yacht Natita, jointly listed for sale by Worth Avenue Yachts and Burgess has been sold, with Vesa Kaukonen from KK Superyachts introducing the buyer.
Natita was built by the Dutch yard Oceanco in steel and aluminium and delivered in 2005. She also underwent an extensive refit in 2012. The 66-metre motor yacht features interiors by Alberto Pinto, with her exterior design and naval architecture by the shipyard.
On board, she accommodates up to 12 guests across six ensuite cabins, comprising a full-beam master and two VIP suites, two twin suites and a double-bunked cabin for children or staff.
Powered by twin 3,016hp Deutz diesel engines, Natita has a top speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising speed of 14.5 knots.
Natita was in the headlines this summer after being seized by US officials due to the owner facing financial complications.
Since March this year, Natita has been listed at an asking price of $39,900,000, a drop of $12,100,000 from her asking price in October 2016 of $52,000,000. This was also her asking price at the time of sale.
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