The 23.95-metre motor yacht Aria has been sold, with Denison’s Alex Clarke and Greg Somerville representing the seller and Anthony Barton of United Yacht Sales representing the buyer in the deal. Motor yacht Aria was the first Sunreef 80 Power model to be offered to the brokerage market.Photo: Sunreef YachtsDelivered to her first owners in February 2020, motor yacht Aria features both in-house interiors and exteriors. Built in 2019, the catamaran comes complete with Jacuzzi, swim platform and offers ample space for tenders on board. In addition, Aria also comes equipped with tenders including a Brig Navigator 520 with 90hp Yamaha Outboard and a SeaDoo Touring GTX LTD 300 Limited.Photo: Sunreef YachtsPhoto: Sunreef YachtsThe aft deck offers a centerline table that seats up to 10 guests surrounded by built-in bench seating and a sun pad. Additionally, Aria features a waterfall from the hardtop which is highlighted with back-lit stone. A large hydraulic hatch below the sun pads lifts up to reveal storage for a jet ski.Photo: Sunreef YachtsPhoto: Sunreef YachtsMotor yacht Aria's spacious interiors are distinguished by the main saloon and its a glass skylight that stretches from port to starboard. To starboard, Aria has a dining area that seats up to 10 and a central bar with pop-up TV at the fore.Photo: Sunreef YachtsPhoto: Sunreef YachtsOn board, she accommodates up to 12 guests across a four guest cabin layout, with a crew of four also housed on board.Photo: Sunreef YachtsPhoto: Sunreef YachtsPowered by MAN 1200hp engines, Aria can reach a top speed of 21.5 knots and cruises comfortably at 13.5 knots. When listed as a yacht for sale, her last known asking price was $6,980,552.