The 49.9-metre motor yacht Miss Moneypenny V has been sold, thanks to Burgess representing the seller. The deal concluded with a last asking price of $15,500,000.Photo: BurgessBuilt by the Overmarine Group in 2012, the Mangusta 165 model features an exterior by Stefano Righini and an interior designed in-house. Photo: BurgessPhoto: BurgessInside, a main saloon, media room and accommodation for up to eight guests across four guest cabins can be found. The onboard gym allows for the chance to stay active while on the water, while the new teak outdoor tables on her fore, fly, and aft decks provide space to relax outdoors and enjoy the views.Photo: BurgessPhoto: BurgessPhoto: BurgessPowered by triple 4555 HP MTU 4000 engines, Miss Moneypenny V has a cruising speed of 36 knots and a maximum speed of 40 knots, allowing for a range of 600 nautical miles.
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