Ocean Independence has confirmed the in-house sale of the 40.3-metre yacht Zalmon. Brokers Lukas Stratmann and David Lunn sold the Alloy Yachts sailing yacht, which was delivered to her original owner in 2000 under the name Kokomo.Photo: Ocean Independence
Her interiors are by RWD, whereas Dubois Naval Architects worked with Alloy Yachts for the seventh time to create her naval architecture and exterior design. Inside, she has four staterooms fit for up to eight guests, including an owner’s suite with an office and ensuite bathroom. Photo: Ocean IndependencePhoto: Ocean IndependenceFrom the aft end of the upper saloon, the remaining staterooms can be accessed via the curved staircase and foyer. Forward are two identical double guest staterooms, each with ensuite and casual seating and a smaller double guest stateroom with ensuite bathrooms can be found to starboard.Photo: Ocean IndependenceIn the summer of 2016, she underwent a substantial refit which included a complete hull and superstructure paint job and an overhaul of her inflatable jet tender. Powered by a 1,000hp MTU 12V 183TE92 engine, Zalmon can reach a range of 2,800 miles under power. Photo: Ocean IndependenceAt the time of sale, Zalmon had a last asking price of €6,300,000.
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