The 35.17-metre Azimut yacht Sol was sold in just under a year with a last known asking price of €11,500,000 thanks to an in house deal at Camper & Nicholsons in Florida, with Tommaso Bilotta representing the seller and Fernando Nicholson representing the buyer.Photo: Azimut YachtsOriginally built in 2018, Sol is part of Azimut’s popular Grande 35 Metri line, of which more than 15 yachts have been built. Sol features naval architecture from Azimut Yachts, an exterior design by Stefano Righini Design, and an interior by Salvagni Architetti.
The tri-deck yacht has plenty of outdoor areas for guests to lounge equipped with sunbeds throughout, a sun deck with panoramic views, and an expandable beach club. On her upper deck, Sol features a Jacuzzi at her bow side and a spacious dining area.Photo: Azimut YachtsPhoto: Azimut YachtsInside, up to 12 guests can be accommodated across five staterooms, including a main deck full-beam master on the main deck with a balcony and his-and-her bathrooms.
The 269 GT yacht boasts full-height windows that allow natural light to flood the main saloon.Photo: Azimut YachtsPerformance-wise, Sol can reach top speeds of up to 25.5 knots and cruise comfortably at 21 knots via her double MTU 16V 2000 M96 diesel engines.Photo: Azimut Yachts
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