Built by Princess Yachts in 2013, the 32-metre yacht Seabeach has been sold with Tina Collins and Kurt Fraser of West Nautical having represented the seller and Alex Kaev of Nord Marine representing the buyer. Previously named Divina, Seabeach boasts a jet black and grey exterior and naval architecture designed by Princess Yachts and Bernard Olesinski. Up to eight guests can be accommodated for onboard in either the master stateroom with private office and dressing room, VIP cabin located aft, one double or one twin stateroom, all of which have en-suite bathrooms. Seabeach features a selection of luxury furniture throughout, such as Fendi seating and linens in the staterooms and main saloon. The main saloon also features retractable doors to the aft deck and access to a foldout starboard-side balcony, which can be used as a dive platform. Guests can also enjoy the large aft deck and the dining table and bar area for up to ten guests. The sundeck sports a retractable roof and additional dining space for up to 10 people, as well as a large bar, barbecue, sunbathing area and hot tub. Recent maintenance works to Seabeach included the refurbishment of tables, chairs and carpets. Her new owner can also enjoy cruising at a maximum speed of 20 knots along with zero speed stabilisers.At the time of sale, Seabeach was listed as a yacht for sale with an asking price of €4,950,000.
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