The 50.8-metre yacht Auspicious has been sold, thanks to Edmiston representing the seller and YPI representing the buyer. In 2009, Italian shipyard Mondomarine delivered the 499 GT superyacht to her original owner. Now with her fourth owner, Auspicious has benefitted from several refits, the most recent being in 2019 at Amico & Co. Photo: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesPhoto: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesAuspicious’ naval architecture was devised by Mondomarine in collaboration with the Genova-based studio Sydac, whereas her exterior design is by Cor D. Rover. Several studios have contributed to the interiors on board Auspicious, including Luca Dini, Frédéric Mechiche and Harrison Eidsgaard. Photo: Stuart PearcePhoto: Stuart PearceWith accommodation for up to 12 guests across five staterooms, all those on board Auspicious can make use of the exterior lounge areas, infinity pool and Opacmare swim platform. If required, the cinema lounge can be converted into a sixth stateroom. Photo: Stuart PearcePhoto: Stuart PearceReady for her next cruising season with her new owner, Auspicious benefits from 4,960hp of engine power from twin MTU 12V 4000 M71 diesel engines allowing her to reach up to 18 knots and cruise at 15.5 knots. At the time of sale, Auspicious had a last asking price of €13,900,000.
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