The Monaco Yachting Group has announced the sale of the 49.5-metre yacht La Pellegrina, delivered to her original owner in 2012 by Couach, whose in-house transaction was thanks to brokers Marco Manara, Jaime Pastor, Domenico Cianfarra and Giorgio Stirano.The Couach 5000 Fly model yacht, with in-house naval architecture by the French shipyard, shows off a refined and contemporary exterior design by the Arcachon-based Cano Lanza Yacht Design and an equally modern interior by JP - Fantini design.Photo: MYgUp to 12 guests can be accommodated for on board La Pellegrina across six staterooms, including main-deck VIP quarters and a master suite. The remaining four staterooms found belowdecks, are two doubles and two twins and up to 10 crew can sleep in five staterooms.Photo: MYGGuests can enjoy al-fresco dining and relaxed lounging on the aft deck and a second al-fresco dining area, Jacuzzi and sun pads on the sundeck.Photo: MYGPhoto: MYGThe yacht can reach up to 30 knots thanks to twin MTU 16V 4000 M93 engines. La Pellegrina cruises at 27 knots and at her most efficient, has a range of 4,000 nautical miles.La Pellegrina’s asking price at the time of sale was €14,000,000.
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