The 32.61-metre motor yacht Sanjana, previously known as Caramella has been sold thanks to IYC, with Michel Chryssicopoulos representing the seller and Costas Dimopoulos representing the buyer in the deal. Built by Nedship in 2004 and refitted in 2016, Sanjana features exteriors by Hampshire-based studio Dixon Yacht Design and interiors designed in a collaboration between Evan K Marshall and Silkline Decorating.Photo: IYCMotor yacht Sanjana presents an appealing fusion between traditional and modern designs which inspires her Sanskrit name that translates to ‘harmony’. Onboard highlights include a fly deck with 360-degree views, and a large bar, a sheltered dining space, and sun pads on the main deck. Yacht Sanjana also has a swim platform and space for an array of water toys.Photo: IYCPhoto: IYCPhoto: IYCInside, her interiors are adorned with cream furnishings completed by dark woods. The main saloon is equipped with a large seating area, a state-of-the-art cinema system, and a formal dining space seating ten guests. On board, Sanjana accommodates up to 10 guests in her four en-suite staterooms, which include a full-beam master suite, with guests taken care of by a crew of six.Photo: IYCPhoto: IYCPhoto: IYCPowered by twin 1,826 hp MTU 16V 2000 M90 engines, Sanjana can run at a maximum speed of 24 knots and cruises at 20 knots. At the time of being listed as a yacht for sale, she had a last known asking price of €1,150,000.Photo: IYC
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