The 31.5-metre superyacht Crowbridge has found a new owner with Ed Dickinson and Joost Goverts from Northrop & Johnson representing the seller in the deal.Built by the Genoa-based shipyard Cantiere Navale Diano in 2010, her exterior design comes from the drawing board of the Italian design studio ProShip. The interiors of motor yacht Crowbridge are designed in-house offering a relaxed, informal feel and with a cherry wood and dark-blue leather theme running throughout.Highlights on board the 31.5-metre yacht include her generous outdoor living spaces which include multiple areas for alfresco dining and sunbathing on the main deck and the flybridge. Furthermore, she also offers ample storage for a tender aft and a swim platform for easy tender boarding and diving into the water.Crowbridge can accommodate up to 10 guests in her five ensuite staterooms which include a full-beam master suite, a double VIP and two twin-bed staterooms. The master suite comes with four opening portholes that allow ample natural lighting to flood in, a Bang & Olufsen TV and a large walk-in closet.
Powered by twin MTU engines totalling 4800 hp, the 159 GT vessel can reach a maximum speed of 30 knots and cruises comfortably at 27 knots. When listed as a yacht for sale, Crowbridge’s last known asking price was €1,750,000.
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