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The 82 metre Andrew Winch designed superyacht Sarafsa

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Sarafsa in Saint Tropez

The 82 metre Andrew Winch designed superyacht Sarafsa, which at the time of her construction was known as Project 54, was launched in March 2008 by a British shipyard then called Devonport Yachts. The owner of Sarafsa previously owned a 54 metre superyacht that was built at Amels, now called Faribana V. Both yachts feature the same unusual styled stern, painted to make it look like it is a wooden stern. Powered by twin MTU engines she has a top speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots.

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