The 45.2-metre motor yacht Tugatsu has found a new owner, with Y.CO representing both the buyer and seller in the deal. Photo: Y.CO Launched in 1989 by Dutch boat builder Feadship, and originally carrying the name September Blue, this classic motor yacht has benefitted from frequent upgrades and works throughout her lifespan - including maintenance works at the STP Palma refit facility last year - maintaining her in top condition and ready for summer cruising.Photo: Y.CO Photo: Y.CO Tugatsu features exterior design and naval architecture from the drawing boards of De Voogt Naval Architects and interiors by noted yacht designer Jon Bannenberg. Photo: Y.CO Photo: Y.CO Built with charter in mind, she features a six-cabin configuration unusual for a yacht of her size. On board, she provides accommodation for up to 12 guests across a full-beam main deck master suite and five additional staterooms on the lower deck: two twins, two doubles and a lower deck single with Pullman berth. A crew of eleven is also housed on board.Photo: Y.CO Photo: Y.CO In terms of performance, motor yacht Tugatsu can achieve a top speed of 14.5 knots and cruises comfortably at 12.5 knots, thanks to her twin Detriot Diesel 16V 92TA 730hp engines. Photo: Y.CO Photo: Y.CO Gary Wright, Y.CO Co-founder and Chairman commented: “Having worked with the owners of Tugatsu for many years, we are delighted to be able to transact this sale at such a challenging time in the market and find her a new owner. We’d like to thank Captain Serge and his crew for all their hard work supporting our team throughout the process.”Photo: Y.CO Ben Bartlett from the Y.CO Sales team said: ‘We are thrilled to have found a new owner for Tugatsu. Her Feadship pedigree really does set her apart and the continuous investment she has received overrecent years has made her technically sound with a clean certificate of class, making her ready for hernew owner to enjoy straight away.”Photo: Y.CO At the time of being listed as a yacht for sale, Tugatsu was asking €5,900,000.