After 308 days on the market, the 38.1-metre Benetti yacht Lejos 3 has been sold and renamed Deliberately Lucky. The deal took place in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and concluded with a last known asking price of $15,975,000.Photo: Ralph Dazert / SuperYacht TimesBoomer Jousma and Vittoria Santarone of The Italian Yacht Group represented the buyer and James Clayton, John Cohen of Merle Wood & Associates and Fernando Nicholson and Tommaso Bilotta from Camper & Nicholsons represented the seller in the deal.Built in 2017 by Benetti, the yacht Deliberately Lucky is the fourth hull in Benetti’s Fast 125 series. She features an exterior design by Italian studio Stefano Righini Design and interiors by Hampshire-based studio Redman Whiteley Dixon.Maintained in excellent condition throughout her lifetime with low engine hours, Deliberately Lucky underwent a maintenance refit this February at the Lauderdale Marine Center in Florida.
Equipped with an exterior lounge to aft on the main deck and a second lounge with bar and al-fresco dining on the upper deck, the yacht can accommodate 10 guests across five guest cabins. Her sun deck showcases a Jacuzzi, bar and lounge area, while her main deck boasts a pool located at the fore along with a swim platform and a beach club aft.Photo: Ralph Dazert / SuperYacht TimesPowered by twin MTU engines with 2,636 hp each, the vessel cruises comfortably at 18 knots and can reach a top speed of 22 knots.Photo: Benetti
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