The 24.6-metre motor yacht Versailles has been sold in Montenegro. The deal was concluded by Anastasia Blinova of West Nautical. Launched in 2014, Versailles was built by Dutch shipyard Van der Valk as part of the Continental Two series of yachts. Versailles was customised to include a flybridge hardtop and a widened beam, and features full in-house design by Van der Valk with Victorian-inspired decor. Versailles can accommodate up-to six guests across three staterooms, including a full-beam master suite on her lower deck aft, a full-beam VIP forward, and a double. Her main saloon features a circular dining table for four guests, comfortable lounge seating and a bar. Externally, her deck areas include an al fresco dining area for six, a flybridge with a dining table and a bar, and a spacious foredeck with further seating and sunbathing space. This semi-displacement yacht has an aluminium hull and superstructure. She is powered by triple Volvo-Penta D13-800 diesel engines, giving her a top speed of 26.7 knots and a comfortable cruising speed of 21.5 knots. She was sold with a last known asking price of €1,900,000.