Camper & Nicholsons have announced the sale of the 43.6-metre Benetti motor yacht Moka, with Gaston Lees-Buckley representing the seller as central agent, and Andrew Lebuhn introducing the buyer in the deal. Delivered in 2011 as one of the Italian yard's Vision 45 models (the 16th hull in the series), Moka will now continue cruising under the name of Hom. On board, motor yacht Moka has accommodation for up to 12 guests across five staterooms, including a full-beam master suite with its own adjoining bathroom and two walk-in wardrobes. A private owner's terrace complete with Jacuzzi can be found on the foredeck, and a crew of 12 is also housed on board. The exterior design of the vessel comes from the drawing boards of Stefano Righini Design and her interiors are by the US-based studio Molori Design. Having been maintained in excellent condition since delivery, her interiors are characterised by their limed oak panels, high gloss wenge and artfully placed bright accents of colour.A standout area on board Moka is her sundeck, where an oversized Jacuzzi surrounded by cushioned sun pads is the focal point.
In terms of performance, twin Caterpillar 3508B diesel 1299 hp engines power motor yacht Moka to a top speed of 15 knots. Cruising comfortably at 12 knots, she has a range at cruising speed of 4,000 nautical miles. The most recently known asking price for Moka at the time of sale was €11,900,000.