The 32.8-metre superyacht Gems was traded in this week for the larger 40.5-metre taTii which the new owner has since renamed Gems 2. The deal was processed by Burgess and The WOY Brokerage.Photo: Merijn de Waard / SuperYacht TimesGems was delivered to her original owner in 2005 by Ned Ship Group and underwent refit works in 2012. She features an exterior design by Dixon and an interior by Silkline Decorating with space for up to nine guests in either the master suite, two double or twin stateroom. Photo: BurgessDesigned and built by Tamsen, Gems 2 can accommodate up to 12 guests in the five staterooms, including the master suite with an office, a sitting area, a private bar, a king-size bed and three walk-in wardrobes. A crew of eight can help handle the superyacht and stay overnight in either of the four crew cabins.