31m Mangusta 105 yacht Hells Bells sold

Written by Louis Parkes-Talbot

After being on the market for 121 days, 31.4-metre yacht Hells Bells has been sold, with Jules Legge from Ray White Marine representing both buyer and seller in the deal. Hells Bells has called Sydney home for the past few years after relocating from her original base in the Meditteranean. Hells Bells yacht anchoredPhoto: Ray White Marine

Built by Italian shipyard Overmarine, the two-deck yacht features an exterior design by Stefano Righini Design. The yacht’s modern interior features a neutral colour palette paired with pops of colour. She is fitted with a four-cabin layout which sleeps 12, including the crew. The guest cabins feature timber and marble finishes and the master bedroom contains a walk-in-wardrobe and office area.Hells Bells yacht diningPhoto: Ray White MarineHells Bells yacht saloonPhoto: Ray White Marine

With a mono planning hull, Hells Bells reaches an impressive cruising speed of 31 knots and a maximum speed of 33 knots. She is fitted with twin 2,250 hp MTU jet drives and has a 500 nm range.Hells Bells yacht aft deckPhoto: Ray White MarineRay White Marine sales director Brock Rodwell commented: “We are seeing a huge demand for larger vessels with long-range capacity with current international travel restrictions. Australia has some of the most remote and rugged coastlines available to explore, it’s great to see our clients wanting to get out there to see what is on offer in our local waters.”Hells Bells yacht aft deckPhoto: Ray White MarineAt the time of sale, Hells Bells had a last asking price of $1,931,640.Hells Bells yacht anchoredPhoto: Ray White Marine



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