Last week, 49.8-metre yacht Ariane was sold in an in-house deal orchestrated by Yachts Invest. Originally launched in 2000, Ariane was repossessed and has been immobilised for almost four years, pending her eventual sale. All aspects of the yacht were designed by the Viareggio-based shipyard Perini Navi.Photo: Yacht InvestAriane is now set to be transported to Greece for a comprehensive refit during which she will be renamed as Almyra II and eventually be made available for charter in Greece, Turkey, the Aegean Sea and the rest of the Eastern Mediterranean.Photo: Yacht InvestPhoto: Yacht InvestAriane can accommodate 10 guests in her four cabins with a full-beam master, two doubles and a twin and a spacious full-beam saloon.Photo: Yacht InvestAriane ’s twin Deutz AG engines help the sailing yacht to a maximum speed of around 15 knots and a cruising speed of 13 knots. At the time of sale, Ariane had a last-known asking price of €4,300,000.Photo: Yacht Invest
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